I have a problem with my disel ford e 350 turbo.
I drive at about 80 km and suddently the motor run erratic and drop to 40km and want to stall.
I remove the air filters and run well for 30 klm.
it was running well and suddently at a corner stop, it died. Impossible to run it again.
I wait 10 minutes and start ok.
at an other corner it did the same.
I come bawack to home, running ok for30 km and stall again and finally it ttall at home. I don't know the problem. lack of power at that time. email@example.com
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there is no wastegate on a 6.0l turbo. its a variable geometry turbocharger and doesn't need it. i have never seen a turbocharger cause a misfire, the turbocharger is most likely not your problem. if you didn't clean the intake out when replacing the egr valve there is a really good chance that the egr is bad again. also, a bad egr cooler can cause repeat egr failure. also, fuel injector control module is a common cause for misfire
A Cummings? Are you sure it is not a Powerstroke? If it is a powerstroke the check the little hose on the passenger side of the intake to make sure it is connected to the nipple on the manifold. Also check on the connector on the turbo that has two wires going to the vgt solinoid. Make sure it is plugged in.
Not the turbo on it's last legs. Check the hoses that come off of your turbo that go into the intake. Fords are famous for the hose clamps that hold the hoses in place breaking or coming loose and the woosh sound you hear is the compressed air being forced out of the hose somewhere when the turbo spools up. When this occurs you probably don't have quite the pulling torque you should. You will notice quite a drop in performance. Check the hoses or rubber boot connections from your turbo.
ok ive experienced this same problem, my dad has the same year truck as u.first year powerstroke, you have to remove the turbo, there will be one bolt in the turbo stand, u will need a 10mm universal joint for a 1/4 inch drive ratchet, to remove it, but under the turbo stang there will be 2 O rings, replace those and u will be set to go.
either engine has too much oil or turbo bearings gone and it was running on the engine oil being sucked through the turbo.frightening experience and good job you had mind to stall engine before it blew itself up