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Old 08-19-2008, 10:22 PM
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Need some questions answered please :)

So I have a few questions.

I kept searching and I keep hitting spyware and spam sites on google and not getting answers.

How does one do the CCV mod on a 6.0??? will I notice any difference?

If the 03 10 vane VGT turbo is so good how come they had quite a few issues in the early years?

what are the symptoms of a failing ICP sensor? and where is it?
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You won't "notice" a difference with the CCV mod, it is more for reliability than anything. Although after doing it, you will have cooler, cleaner air going to the turbo and the inside of the intake tube will be smoother.

And I beleive the problems associated with the '03's had nothing to do with the turbo. '03 turbo's give you a louder "whistle" and higher peak boost.
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You don't want to block off that tube. There needs to be a plcae for the crank case pressure to escape.......
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You don't want to block off that tube. There needs to be a plcae for the crank case pressure to escape.......
im gonna back a picture of this mysterious tube tonight hopefully and post it up.
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Yes, and it is escaping through the hose that is part of the CCV mod.

Did ya'll click and read the link I posted?
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So I have a few questions.

I kept searching and I keep hitting spyware and spam sites on google and not getting answers.

How does one do the CCV mod on a 6.0??? will I notice any difference?

If the 03 10 vane VGT turbo is so good how come they had quite a few issues in the early years?

what are the symptoms of a failing ICP sensor? and where is it?
Texas6.0 got you squared away on the CCV mod, but the reason for most of the 03 turbo problems was due to lack of feed oil and the smaller surface area which comprise the floating bearings.
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Nevermind, I thought you were plugging the system
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