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Old 09-24-2009, 09:25 AM
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Early 99 turbo surge possible?

I cant figure out what exactly is going on. When i go down hill the truck will kinda shutter and shake and like the t/c is unlocking and locking but the ses doesnt come on or the o/d light. It sounds like the turbo is spooling and slowing but feels like something in the drivetrain. i would appreciat some help thanks
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I cant figure out what exactly is going on. When i go down hill the truck will kinda shutter and shake and like the t/c is unlocking and locking but the ses doesnt come on or the o/d light. It sounds like the turbo is spooling and slowing but feels like something in the drivetrain. i would appreciat some help thanks
Do you have a sticking EBV?
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Old 09-24-2009, 10:29 AM
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I doubt it its unplugged and it only does this once in a while going down hill. Could it be realted to the new tunes i got.
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Early bird turbos can surge, but this doesn't sound like a surge problem.
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Does it sound like the t/c?
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