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Old 11-07-2011, 11:23 AM
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the other nite i pulled up a low turbo boost code , wtf everything seems fine !!!i erased it hopeing to see if it pops up again !!! anything to start worrying about !!! STROKEDIS






05 6.0 SIX GUN bullet proof egr cooler upgraded fuiel regulator oil cooler
been reading about upgrading the ficm ???
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Old 11-07-2011, 11:30 AM
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Low boost code-- sticking vanes in turbo, and/or ripped IC boot, and/or crack in the flex joints on y-pipe or up-pipe.

Also might want to check the MAP hose for damage or clogging, and or EBP sensor metal tubing going to the exhaust manifold.
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Low boost code-- sticking vanes in turbo, and/or ripped IC boot, and/or crack in the flex joints on y-pipe or up-pipe.

Also might want to check the MAP hose for damage or clogging, and or EBP sensor metal tubing going to the exhaust manifold.
i appreciate the quick response ,im leaning toward a map hose or the ebp (by the way what is the ebp is that exhaust back pressure ) tubing .what do you clean it with ! STROKEDIS!!!!
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Exhaust Back Pressure, I believe on the later models, the sensor is on the driver side by the FICM. Look for a stainless steel tubing going from the exhaust manifold to the sensor. Remove the sensor and clean out the tubing with a shot or two of brake cleaner, then take shop air and blow it out until dry. Carefully clean off the sensor with a q-tip.

Here is the turbo cleaning info.
http://www.forddoctorsdts.com/articl...icle-06-05.php
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yo l ,i appreciate it , i'm actually heading on road trip today and this **** starts happening ,hate the white nuckle ride feelingjust waiting for something to go wrong !!! thanks STROKEDIS
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