Air in the oil and fuel systems.Make sure your ficm connectors are seated. Could be air in the system. Are you able to monitor icp?
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Sometimes it is necessary to get the truck out on the road and get the air out of the system.I am not able to monitor icp and I have gone over the air system several times looking for leaks could not find any. I will check the FICM for connection and post findings. Thank you
I use the edge insight cts......http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/showthread.php?t=259257What kind monitor would you suggest?
Man I wish I could tell you, idk, but I know that is what guys say it sounds like when the exhaust leak occurs. I just haven't torn into my turbo......YET......lol. First i've heard of someone pressure testing the intake tubes, all the intake valves would have to be closed to make that work?I will get one of those when the funds are available. I have one more question are there any gaskets on the exhaust side of the turbo. I am getting a hissing noise when i give it gas an it seems to be coming from the turbo sounds like a huge intake leak but i pressure tested that
I loosened the manifold bolts, lined up the connection to the turbo and finger tightened the clamp as much as I could. Gave the pipe a shake and finger tightened again. I kept going until I couldn't tighten the clamp by hand any more and then tightened it up with the socket. No leaks on the first try.Yea that y-pipe to the Turbo is a pita to get lined up. It's easier if you loosen the up pipes at the manifest but that is also a pita. I took a 3 ft pry bar and had my wife run the air ratchet to get it lined up.
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