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Old 11-10-2015, 08:09 PM
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So, what kind of electronics are used for the exhaust brake? Is it possible that the throttle pedal electronics (assuming that the EB is run by the ECM) are getting flakey?
It's the factory EB in the turbo. Its a possibility and it didnt do it with OE tune and parts. Or at least, not noticeably.

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Old 11-10-2015, 08:23 PM
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Geez, I forgot about them fancy high tech variable geometry turbos.... Must be from getting old or something. Is there any way you can monitor the actuator while you are running it is there? You say it didn't do this with OE tune, so maybe a call to whom ever made the tune is in order? I really don't have much to offer you for assistance..........
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Old 11-10-2015, 08:30 PM
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Geez, I forgot about them fancy high tech variable geometry turbos.... Must be from getting old or something. Is there any way you can monitor the actuator while you are running it is there? You say it didn't do this with OE tune, so maybe a call to whom ever made the tune is in order? I really don't have much to offer you for assistance..........
Yeah ill buzz them in the morning. Didnt know if anyone here with similar truck/mods experienced the same thing..

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Been thinking of the fuel smell you mentioned before. Still there ?

Those years have had issues with the fuel line going to the #4 injector. Some leaked a but and have been known to finally blow. Is there any moisture around the line ?
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Old 11-11-2015, 10:18 PM
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Been thinking of the fuel smell you mentioned before. Still there ?

Those years have had issues with the fuel line going to the #4 injector. Some leaked a but and have been known to finally blow. Is there any moisture around the line ?
Its dry as a bone. I degreased the engine then washed it down and dryed it. Drove it around for 3 days and all lines are dry..

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