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help egr cooler removal now no power

I put a liberator egr cooler removal kit in and I lost power like a exhaust brake is on but I dont have one. 2005 f250, this is my first 6.0 and I have only had it 7 days. At this rate I will go back to the 7.3s I have owned and worked on for 10 years. I took everything back apart and put it back together but still the same problem. no ces light or anything.
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post #2 of 4 Old 01-04-2009, 10:57 AM
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Do you have a drive pressure leak, or boost leak???


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It sounds like exhaust is blocked, a pressure leak before turbo. Is there a plate or something in the turbo that has the exhaust blocked to the turbo?
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Did you make sure the y-pipe to turbo flange were mated up properly and clamp seated? I agree with Dusty sounds like a drive pressure leak somewhere.

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