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Turbo Problem?HELP?

I live down in Texas and it never gets as cold as its been getin and ive noticed that ive been hearing a whooshing or rubbing nosie from my engine and a slight squek when i start it and it only does it for the first 30 to 45 min. the truck is runing and the sound is really noticable when i keep the truck at a constant speed. The sound seems like its coming from the turbo. The truck has 212,000 miles on it and the specs on the truck or in my sig.. So i was wonderin if it was just the cold temp. keeping oil maybe from the turbo. please help any info on the problem is helpful....


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post #2 of 13 Old 01-09-2010, 01:53 PM
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does the sound increase/decrease with boost or does it stay constant to motor speed?

I would not imagine it is the turbo. You can pull the intake tube off the turbo and check for scrapping marks on the housing and play in the shaft.

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the sound stays the same until i acclerate then it goes away... could it be the bearings in the turbo not getting oil due to the cold weather because i drove it today after it got a little warmer and it didnt make the noise


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I doubt it. if the turbo was lacking oil you'd know it. It would be a loud screeching, than no more turbo... might be waterpump or fan clutch.

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alright thanks ill take a look at it all in the morning if its not to cold


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Its the warmup valve doing its thing, it restricts exhaust flow to warm up your engine faste, its perfectly normal dont worry about a thing.

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sounds like the exhaust back pressure valve to me, its just doing what its suppose to be doing.

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Skip ahead to about 4:45 in this video. Is this what it sounds like?


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Yeah, I'd probably feel a bit drained after firing twice in rapid succession.
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Skip ahead to about 4:45 in this video. Is this what it sounds like?



Not really but it was kinda hard to hear because the exaust


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Thats what i wanted you to hear. The exhaust. It sounds like a damn jet.

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