Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: ABQ, NM, USA
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When it is still warm, pull the compressor wheel back and forth as well as try to move it outward. There should be very little movement. Spin it with your finger, it should do several rotations before stopping.
If you tow and hear any surge/chuffing, a WW should fix that, it did mine.
2000 F250 XLT 4x4 SC 7.3 w/Auto Tranny w/ TC L/U Sw & shift kit, 3 autometer gages, Super Zoodad, PHP Hydra chip, 4" DP/Exhaust w/dual 3.5" outlets, 275/70/18 Kumho AT51s on 8.5" rims, 08 AlumDiffCvr, Bilsteins, 31 row trans cooler, WW, BPV delete, AIH delete, hutch, harpoon and billet FPR (70psi), trans cooler bypass delete by accident, rear air bags, Jimmijammers.
Jayco 26BHS elite, no RV parks...just the woods if possible.
See my album for a recent pic.