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Old 07-05-2009, 02:42 PM
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trucks not running right. took off the intake elbow and looked down into the manifold and noticed all this junk down there. ran my finger along the wall of mainfold and got this...
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is this the reason for crappy performance. is this directly related to the egr
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Old 07-06-2009, 01:42 AM
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That looks horrible. How many miles does the truck have on it? Do you have a ces light on? Here is a till a tech comes by.
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Can not really tell from the cell phone picture. It will be oily in there but it looks like you have grit/ chunks in there. If that is the case I would look at the air intake just past the filter. You might have dust getting past your filtration system. If that is the case you might have a "dusted" engine/ turbo. JJ
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Actually most ppl should have the oil stuff in there intake, has anyone actually pulled theres off ? Its in everyones intake manifold, Think back into your intake ( CCV ) being that oil is going into your turbo then traveling down into your intercooler then back up into your intake. That is why your finding that in your intake manifold. Also another reason why EGR valves stick. Also that is a reason why alot of folks are doing the CCV reroute.
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Actually most ppl should have the oil stuff in there intake, has anyone actually pulled theres off ? Its in everyones intake manifold, Think back into your intake ( CCV ) being that oil is going into your turbo then traveling down into your intercooler then back up into your intake. That is why your finding that in your intake manifold. Also another reason why EGR valves stick. Also that is a reason why alot of folks are doing the CCV reroute.
Yep, we just pulled the intake off my buddies 04 to do an egr delete and it was full of that stuff. CCV mod is next on both of our lists.
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Mine was pretty oily as well when I put on my CFM+ elbow.
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