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2011 f350 boost gauge problem and p0107

hey guys! I have a 2011 f350 with the 6.7 had it all deleted truck now has 165k on it. had 161k on it when deleted, after the delete the boost gauge doesn't work and stays at 35psi. also I have a p0107 code. I bought a brand new map sensor from ford. and still the same thing.
 
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If you can call the company you bought the tuner from they may have been through this and can walk you through the fixes.
 
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Were you able to get this figured out I'm having the same exact problem...went ahead and replaced the MAP and still getting same problem constant boost gauge stuck at 35psi...any help be greatly appreciated.
 
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Mine seems to reset or something and work after just a bit of runnin it turns on and turbo runs fine. Lost
 
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Same Problem

I'm having the same problem, anyone know what it is?
 
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did anyone contact their tuner company as suggested? If it worked before tuning and now does not then it is something with the tuner or the tunes that were written. You will need to start with the person who provided them to you.

Alternately, if you take it back to stock does the turbo work correctly? If so then again, go to the tuner company it is there problem.
 
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Has anyone figured out a solution to this issue?
 
 
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