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Old 06-18-2011, 04:58 AM
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****ty ****ty Clang Clang

I took a video of my truck acting up.


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Old 06-18-2011, 05:14 AM
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sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo


take it to the dealer yet?
They say there is nothing they can do - engineering is aware of the problem and is working on a fix. Its been over 2 months. I've asked that they try something, so they are going to try swapping out the EGR components.
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sooooooooooooooooooooooooooo


take it to the dealer yet?
He has alot there not sure how to fix it
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Wow, that sounds a little like an old steam locomotive (I think I can, I think I can...)

Sounds like a visit to the dealer is in order; good luck and keep us informed...
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He has alot there not sure how to fix it
I am trying to understand your post. Who is "He" and where is "there" and what are you talking about?
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I am trying to understand your post. Who is "He" and where is "there" and what are you talking about?
I was just saying that YOU have brought it to the ford dealer multiple times with no fix. Sorry for the confusion.
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i dont get it....whats wrong?
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Sounds like a new turbo/waste gate assembly is needed. Notice that the boost doesn't wanna hit 10psi and your towing. What dealership are you dealing with?
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Sounds like a new turbo/waste gate assembly is needed. Notice that the boost doesn't wanna hit 10psi and your towing. What dealership are you dealing with?
i was wondering if it was turbo related. i didnt see the gauge move but someone else told me drivetrain related.
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My dealership is Carstairs Ford up in Canada. They say that the wastegate is only doing what it is being told to do. The problem lies elsewhere - Maybe changing the EGR components will actually help. I know there are other trucks out there with this same problem but I haven't heard of anyone getting it rectified yet. I am hoping to hear from someone who has had it fixed so I don't have to wait on Ford's engineers as that may take months yet.
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