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turbo troubles

I was wondering if anyone could help me solve this problem.......When ever Im moving up to speed or if im trying to maintain speed on a incline, my turbo "surges". Like my foot wont move on the go petal and the tach wont move, but my boost gauge jumps up and down about 5-7 psi and you can deff hear it in the cab like someone is mashing and then letting off the gas the whole time im getting up to speed. Any help is awesome




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well, I would say its turbo surge, but you have a 6.0.

It might be the turbo starting to go downhill. heres a bump!

you have any boost leaks anywhere? up pipes, boots, intercooler?

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I would start with checking all you IC boots


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my ic boots dont leak but under my hood looks like i dont even have an exhaust on, its completely black from soot. and my hot pip to my ic where it connects to the turbo has oil residue on it, but i checked all hoses and hose clamps and they are all tight




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sounds likeyou need to fix that exhaust leak.... that sounds like its your issue... are you going by your stock boost gauges or aftermarket ones??
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Turbo Surge

Vanes are sticking and then releasing??
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if your covered in soot under the hood, you have an exhaust leak, check your y-pipe from the manifolds to the turbo, they leak at the flex joint fairly often.
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Yeah, I know I have an exhaust leak ihave had one forever, but this turbo trouble is recent




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Yeah, I know I have an exhaust leak ihave had one forever, but this turbo trouble is recent
Do you have an 03 turbo?

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