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Have a 98 Dodge Ram 3500 Cummings Diesel. The turbocharger is not working. Does anybody have a Skew on how the entire Turbocharger is supposed to be set up from Intake lines/vacuum lines that supply air to the Wastegate. What is the air pressure rating supposed to be for this vacuum air line that connects to the Wastegate. Is there another method for supplying air to the wastegate other than the original vacuum lines going to the Wastegate. I have seen other setups where guys have ran new sources of air supply lines to the wastegate via the Exhaust manifold port. Any ideas on how to get this turbocharger working again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like a boost leak/vaccuum leak, check all hoses and ensure they are all hooked up well, and there is no leaks or cracks, if you don't find one there is ways to test this.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
I've seen some 4-wheel drive vehicle have vent tubes coming from the axle housing. Are you sure it's a vacuum tube?
Posted on Jul 11, 2012
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