Re: 2004 6.0 blew up I need help no boost pressure
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Can anyone point me in the right direction please. I have a 2004 F350 6.0 dually. Upgrades are Banks big hos bundle and airaid intake. The vehicle has 11,000 miles. I was coming home last night, made a left hand turn and gave it a little power. Then, What sounded like the turbo spooling way to high and then a enormous bang and huge clouds of some. I made it home, with no power or boost whatsoever, again a ton of smoke. I thought I spone a bearing in the turbo, I pulled the hose off and the impleller spins smoothly and easily. So I thought it was a intercooler hose. All were fine. I just replaced the transmission after loosing a pinion gear. Luckily the dealership relpaced it under warrenty. Though they did comment on the aftermarket upgrades. If any one has any suggestions or can point me in the right direction so I do not have to go to the dealership, I would be greatly appreciative.
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Check pressure side of intake after turbo. It is common for the hose to blow off after turbo. Also, a few guys have had the seem on the intercooler come apart, not sure if you have the banks intercooler as they are supposed to be better and no seems but hoses may have came off.
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UpDated 27 October 2005
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