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I have a97 5.9 cummins when I throttle up it

I have a97 5.9 cummins when I throttle up it sounds like a horn is that a the wastegate dumping and why ?

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  • jfbager Feb 07, 2010

    It's brand new. Is there a adjustment or install wrong

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Check hose connections at intercooler

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  • Crhen Feb 07, 2010

    I would check all hose connections

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It needs to be replace

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  • G m repairs Feb 08, 2010

    check hoses at inter cooler and check the in put hoses to the tubro too

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