Anyone live near the Ann Arbor area and have access to AE software. I would like to hook up to my 04 PSD to diagnose a suspected turbo issue. While towing my fifth wheel, I can see as high as 35 psi of boost pulling a hill. If possible, I would like to command the turbo vanes to a certain position and read the feedback. Wondering if maybe it is sticking or the VGT solenoid is going bad. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
2004 F250 Lariat 6.0 PSD
EGR Delete, Rebuilt Oil Cooler, Dieselsite Coolant Filter, Isspro EV2 EGT, Boost and Trans Temp in A pillar pod. Scangauge showing EOT/ECT. New bushwacker fender flares and paint. Next my kitty might get scared and run away!!
That should be a fun test, hopefully someone will be able to join you.
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I didn't think the 6leakers had variable geometry turbos.
That all has to be done with your chip programing though, AE is just diagnostic software.
Sounds like headstuds are in your future as well.
Thats the main weakness of the 6.0's.
Talyn (AKA: der Schafen Führer)
1994 F250 XLT 4x4 Standard Cab - T-444E Direct Injection Turbo Diesel, 5 SPD M/T Z/F S5-420, Rosewood 160cc Stage 1's, PHP Tuner, 6637, Short Throw Shift Kit, Valair Kevlar/Ceramic, 140V IDM, T-500, 285/75/16 Cooper Discoverer ATR. Steyr C9-A1. You can get more with a kind word and a 2x4 than you can with just a kind word.
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