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2014 F250 6.7 Turbo whining during acceraltion

I have noticed during acceraltion my turbo whining .. currently I am on a road trip pulling my 5th wheel and need to drive another 2,000 miles!! I have no idea when this started or why...any input will be much appreciated...Thank you
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Could be related to the weather conditions. Of course the level of the noise is hard to understand without hearing it directly.

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Did you determine what is causing the noise? My 2013 F350 just started doing the same thing .

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Did you determine what is causing the noise? My 2013 F350 just started doing the same thing .
I am so sorry it has taken so long to answer!!! I never figured out the cause or the culprit... We returned late on October 27th and the next day it was perfect... it has not made a noise since we returned home.... I wish I could say I discovered why but unfortunately I have not heard the noise again, I am not sure that is good or bad
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Once I returned home I never heard the noise again, I not sure that is good or bad
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