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2004 Dodge ram Diesel trubo is out

About 8 months ago we lost all turbo power we turnd the truck off and on about 3 times and it started to work again, then last week it began to lose its power again and now its completely gutless and the turbo wont kick back in, can you tell us how to fix it our selves?? any pics or a web page that will show us pictures?

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  • Anonymous Dec 13, 2008

    no power at all i cant even try to pass some one on the highway. i dont even here the turbo at all no more.could this be a simple fix? or a one way trip to a new turbo?:(

  • Anonymous Dec 21, 2008

    My turbo doesn't come on either. Does anyone have a clue on what it could be other than buying a new turbo.

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Have you guys checked your air filters? If it is indeed a bad turbo you can go to www.alldatadiy.com and buy a subscription for your vehicle that will give you the procedures to remove the turbo.It cost less than 20.00 and its good for 1 year and well worth the money. I think if you are slightly mechanically inclined you can do it yourself. Good luck and I'm here if you need me. Thanks for using Fix Ya.

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