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When running down the road at highway speed you can hear the turbo on my 2004 F350 spooling up and down like a clock. Even at slower speeds like 15 MPH you can really hear it and feel it. Any suggestions?

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Take apart and clean bad for carbon build up they get gummed up
also needs that if egr cooler whent or is going bad (white smoke)
check and clean unisson ring vanes and housing should clear up
the problem

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