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I have a 2005 ford f250 6.0 turbo wont boost. i have tried

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Customer: i have a 2005 ford f250 6.0 turbo wont boost . i have tried everything i know.
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Customer: it has a new turbo , new sensor all lines have been cleaned out and exhaust checked
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Ford
Expert:  Jeremy replied 1 year ago.

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What sensors were replaced?

Was the EBP one of them? Was the tube cleaned? If not, check it and clean that tube. It causes a good amount of these issues wit hthe turbo. The MAP sensor does as well.

CLICK HERE for EBP tube cleaning. When it gets plugged up, it will not allow the turbo to boost up. It can;t read the pressure to know when it needs to be boosted or not. The MAP controls the Vanes in the turbo so when it acts up, your turbo might spool, but the vanes will not function correctly and allow the turbo to build boost. Sometimes you can unplug the MAP sensor and the turbo will boost up to indicate there is an issue in the MAP for the PCM will go to a default mode.

Also, on the PCM, do you have any codes to rule out other issues? Also check the inlet hoses as well to make sure nothing is leaking.

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Expert:  Jeremy replied 1 year ago.

I see you viewed this and this is still showing as a open question due to no positive (3 stars or more) rating.

Did you still need assistance with this?