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Blowing lots of blue smoke, loss of power. Suspected worn out turbo: fitted new turbo, but still doing the same. Can't get more than 1100 rpm out of engine..... and running rough

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    we fitted a new turbo to truck but smokes alot and has no power



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A head is probably blown which means you have to do one of three things: get your engine rebuilt,(which I would not prefer because they may open your engine up and tell you it can not be rebuilt which means you still have to pay for labor) get another used engine, or get a new engine.

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