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Old 03-29-2014, 06:11 PM
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Some states they don't pursue. Tahoe's aren't hard to outrun just gotta get out of sight and they'll leave you alone...





(This is coming from a guy with no license) but I've avoided my fair share along with tickets. Usually whipping right off being nice and polite they giv non moving violations. I've only tried to run if I'm wayyyyyyy off in left field.

Yeah it was stupid for me to do. It was a charger BTW
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Old 03-29-2014, 07:46 PM
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What fuel treatment do you run in the winter?..



Ive done a lil test with fuel additives between white bottle power service, what I always ran in my 7.3s, and howes diesel winter treatment.... if I run straight winter fuel with no additives it prolly does a forced regen every 200 miles around here not freeway.. if I run twice the amount needed of power service it will do it every 300-400 miles.. with howes I run a double batch cuz temps have been below zero for a while now and it might do a forced regen every 800 to 1000 miles... ive gone 1000 to 1500 miles of freeway driving without a forced regen... so ill be running howes year around.

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Actually I haven't been running anything Ford told me not to.

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Old 03-29-2014, 07:50 PM
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Actually I haven't been running anything Ford told me not to.

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So what happens when or if you gell up? They going to pay the bill for the tow and fuel filter change?

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I pulled my transmission out the other day and took it to the shop for a rebuild. So why the trucks down I pulled the intercooler pipes off and painted them blue metallic to kinda match my prefilter. Then pulled my turbo and pedestal to try and find a small oil leak.

No luck yet. It was bone dry where the turbo meets the pedestal so I'm thinking pedestal o rings. Have new ones im going to try.
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I pulled my transmission out the other day and took it to the shop for a rebuild. So why the trucks down I pulled the intercooler pipes off and painted them blue metallic to kinda match my prefilter. Then pulled my turbo and pedestal to try and find a small oil leak.

No luck yet. It was bone dry where the turbo meets the pedestal so I'm thinking pedestal o rings. Have new ones im going to try.
Do you still have the ebpv?

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Yeah still have the ebpv. Thinking about ******** it or getting a non pedestal.
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Old 03-29-2014, 08:53 PM
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Yeah still have the ebpv. Thinking about ******** it or getting a non pedestal.
Its prolly the ebpv actuator rod leaking.. I wouldnt break the seal on a any part of the turbo unless your dead set. But I guess it could be pedistal to block orings. Rare but possible..

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Old 03-29-2014, 09:05 PM
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Its prolly the ebpv actuator rod leaking.. I wouldnt break the seal on a any part of the turbo unless your dead set. But I guess it could be pedistal to block orings. Rare but possible..

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To late. Lol. I already took it off earlier today. I forgot to mention that. The orings looked good but I figured I'd replace them anyway since I have new ones. It was freshly wet with oil on the bottom of the pedestal.

After you saying that about the rod it makes sense because it was coated with a thick layer of old oil and grime. Especially out on the end where the clip is. Is there any way to stop it from leaking? Thanks for the help
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Old 03-29-2014, 10:15 PM
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To late. Lol. I already took it off earlier today. I forgot to mention that. The orings looked good but I figured I'd replace them anyway since I have new ones. It was freshly wet with oil on the bottom of the pedestal.

After you saying that about the rod it makes sense because it was coated with a thick layer of old oil and grime. Especially out on the end where the clip is. Is there any way to stop it from leaking? Thanks for the help
There is a rebuild kit for it or ****** it.

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Replaced the tie rod ends and drag link ends

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