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I notice that when I start my truck I hear a chatter maybe twice only when truck is cold coming from the turbo then I don't hear anymore I all ways thought it was the fan today I notice it came from the turbo would that be normal I got good boost going down the road
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just trying to figure out this truck
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Idk how much help this is but I would pop the intake off and see if there is excessive play in your turbo shaft. Also see if it has the updated oil feed line and return sounds like its starving for oil at startup.


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it has the up dated all replace at 72000 miles it sounds like when u engage the blade on a john deer ,only when i start it and i dont hear it the rest of the day.truvk runs great i got good boost just driving down the road with a little trottle it goes and stays at 10lbs, when i get into it it goes rite away too about 23 . and the power is nice
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Well from a curious stand point I would say pop off the intake just to be sure there isn't a lot of play in the shaft and all blades are straight. Rather be safe then sorry


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