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Dodge 3500 diesel trouble codes

Looking for the explanation of a P0299 code in my 06. Filled the intake box with snow on the highway the other day. So I cleaned out and dried the filter. Truck seams to run fine but can not find any info on this code

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The code is for low turbo boost which may have been caused by the snow.if you arent detecting any power problems try unhooking the batteries for about 10 min to clear the codes or take it to like and auto zone or advanced auto and have them clear the codes. if the light comes back on you may need to take it to the dealer because it may have a bad turbo ..a bad sensor ...or and air leak in the charge air system

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