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post #1 of 5 Old 02-19-2011, 04:36 PM Thread Starter
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Truck made a wierd noise out of the intake while on it!!

Today i turned a corner in my 02 with bullydog 6 pos chip and get on it for a little bit then heard almost like my intake came off or something... After that happened it ran fine back on the way home. But when i went to turn it off, the intake sounded a little different... I guess im going to have to take the intake off tomorrow morning and check the turbo out....
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Nevermind.. Intercooler tube came off... Everything is fine now...thanks for the help
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same thing happened to me today....got on it after just gettin my motor back in the truck a couple days ago and was going good and after about 5 seconds it made a noise and now my truck wont build any boost. it doesnt build any on the guage but it feels normal in 1st gear and than the rest of the gears it just takes forever to get going...have no clue what the issue is was wondering if anyone had this happen to them, hoping to take a look at it tomorrow after work.
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lol its funny that i just read this. just installed a new chip and POP lost a boost tube. it popped out of the rubber coupler. went through and retightened them all and its good to go but definately a scary sound at WOT. also make sure the 2 rubber boots from the spider to the intake manifolds are sealed and tight. ive seen them slip off as well with high boost but u cant see them cuz they are kinda buried
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im hoping something just slipped off mine is real sluggish and got no power, and my boost guage does not move off 0. i will check it friday when i get done work
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