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Old 10-25-2010, 12:13 PM
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Engine Lag

I replaced the ICP, IPR, High Pressure Oil Pump and cleaned my EGR and I have a little lag at take off but goes away once it kicks into second gear. No codes are showing but someone suggested replacing my Back Pressure Sensor? any suggestions?
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Old 10-25-2010, 03:19 PM
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What are you using to read the codes?
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Mechanic has a snap on code reader. I dont know the model, but its the size of a laptop
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Oh, ok...I misunderstood. I thought you were doing the code reading.

My truck has always been laggy...it's a 6.0 trait. Is your truck running differently than it used to?
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I talked with a Powerstroke mechanic he suggested I cahnge my exhaust back pressure sensor. I wanted to know if anyone has done this and did it make a difference?
I have a 2004 F350 PSD. Everyone on here has been great and all feed back is greatly appreciated.
I really didn't notice any lag prior to replacing ICP IPR and High Pressure Oil Pump
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I'm wondering how this worked out.
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Steve, I to have lagged. I have'nt repalced the Back Pressure Sensor yet. I talked to the powerstroke mechanic and he said since no code was showing up, that he would like to look at the truck first. Here's something interesting though: I woke up one morning to dead batteries. My glove compartment did'nt close all the way thus causing my light to stay on and drained my batteries. I replaced both of them and my truck ran great with no lag. That lasted about a week and the lag returned. I am determined to get this fixed and will keep you updated. If you have any suggestions give me a call.
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To many sensors. Go away SMOG. It's a diesel!
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