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post #3551 of 4336 Old 03-19-2018, 04:23 PM
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I had the same code pop up. Just the over boost code, still drove it for a little bit and never lost power or anything. Did you mention dates of production that where related to the bad batch of turbos in another thread?
Yes I did, Late January 2016 builds, that's what the dealer told me when I had the issue. Mine was built January 27th 2016. Although the turbo has been backordered and backordered on ford parts.com too.
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Wanted to get rid of chrome on front of truck so ordered some color matched vinyl, had my doubts but it matched pretty damn close. Attempted to wrap the grill had it good until I had to start wraping it around edges and it folded/creased like no other so it all came off. So, long story short I took the grill apart just to wash the outer chrome surround.
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New shocks and a dual stabilizer setup.


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I had to spend a few hours cleaning up the interior of the beast after having accidentally discharged the onboard fire extinguisher that I have anchored to the "B" pillar, down low on the floor. Went to recline the seatback to grab a nap and didn't know that the pin had come out and the lever just caught the side of the seatback. Whoosh! And it was all over the place - what a fricken mess!

Also had to pressure wash the truck box after soaking it with a Simple Green degreaser. Got a little too hard on the happy pedal and one of the FULL diesel cans in the box fell over and started to leak. Not a lot - just enough to soak the entire box.

AAANNNNND, while you are all enjoying my week of misery, I split my skull open on Wednesday whilst testing the tensile crush strength of a 300 pound piece of steel. Needless to say, I lost! Stitches come out tomorrow if the Dr. feels that the wound has healed enough.

Crap am I ever glad this week is over!

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Like a brand new truck today.
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Installed train horns and huge 5 gallon air tank. I didn't think the 5 gallon was going to fit but my welder decided otherwise. Man they are loud!
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I performed the CCV delete and removed the stock upper and lower intake manifolds and installed the AMDP Billet aluminum intake y pipe.


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Installed train horns and huge 5 gallon air tank. I didn't think the 5 gallon was going to fit but my welder decided otherwise. Man they are loud!
I wish SO BAD I had train horns.
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Replaced my brakes with some motorcraft severe duty pads front and rear. Fronts had plenty of pad left but the rear set was pretty thin.

Also flushed the brake fluid.


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