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Hello Frank, my name is ***** ***** thank you for your question
Do you have a service engine soon light on when the truck is running?
So you resolved your issue?
ok.. Do you have any current codes? Also do you have access to a scanner to monitor fuel trim readings?
When you had the intake off, did you check your power valves to see if all screws and plates were present?
Did you happen to check the power valves in the intake?
Also if you can read fuel trim, can you get me the short term readings at idle after warmed up?
I am waiting for you to tell me if you checked the power valves in the intake and if you can monitor the fuel trim readings?
I will be stepping away for a few. Just give me your results and I will reply back as soon as I can.
Is could be. I have a test we can do if you can monitor fuel trim which could help determine if the MAF sensor is a issue.
It could be a clogged catt also.
Do you know where the power valves are located?
Also, are we able to monitor the fuel trim?
I am currently working today.. I will try to jump online as soon as I can.
The power valves are the plates between the intake. I have seen screws that hold the plates fall out and the plate shifts or comes off causing misfire and running issues
You also want to check the Catt Converter to see if it's clogged up also.
I know exactly what engine. The upper part of the intake separates from the bottom
No, if the exhaust is clogged up it won't allow exhaust to flow out properly and it will kill the engine power. Meaning it would only be able to accelerate so much cause of the excessive pressure
Sorry for the late reply. My boss had this idea for us to work today.
What did you find?