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post #1 of 9 Old 02-03-2010, 01:43 PM Thread Starter
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Turbo Fart

So I put my truck in four wheel drive today when I was backing up and my turbo started spoolin' up but I was still stationary and then finally my tires caught traction and I had to let off the pedal pretty quick to keep from hittin' the haybale behind me. Anyways, when I let off the pedal my turbo did a turbo fart and I was just kinda wonderin' if that means if anything could be goin' bad in the future and was was the cause of the turbo fart?
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sounds like a turbo bark to me

could be bad if it keeps doing it but just one time i don't think so

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sounds like a turbo bark to me

could be bad if it keeps doing it but just one time i don't think so

and what add-ons do you have
Just an air intake and turbo back exhaust. (4 inch) I thought in may have something to do with too much air and all of a sudden not needing it and bled it off somehow?
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Just an air intake and turbo back exhaust. (4 inch) I thought in may have something to do with too much air and all of a sudden not needing it and bled it off somehow?
yup you hit it right on the head

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they are normal.

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mine will do it between shifts sometimes with normal driving, usually when its cold it does it worse, i really started to hear it with the 6" stack behind the cab..

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Mine does it too but only in the mornings when it is cold...after it warms up it stops doing it...I talked with a few diesel mechanics about it and they said that it is normal on these trucks.

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Ok, thanks guys. Yeah, I didn't know if it meant something could be goin' bad in the future or not, but it's good to know that nothing is! That's the first time my truck has done it.
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I learned through this sight that it is normal. I have a 2006 F350 I purchased in Dec 2009 with 11,200 miles and it does it - worse when its cold.

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