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post #51 of 56 (permalink) Old 03-10-2016, 03:30 PM
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Ill go try that this afternoon, when I go to get the actuator separated from the gasket and cooler will the coolant not constantly flow out?
That is correct. The gasket really isn't a gasket, not quite sure what its purpose is, its kind of sticky though. The cooler is a closed system, only place coolant flows is into tube and out of other tube.
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That is correct. The gasket really isn't a gasket, not quite sure what its purpose is, its kind of sticky though. The cooler is a closed system, only place coolant flows is into tube and out of other tube.
Maybe the "gasket" acts as an anti-vibration pad or some kind of isolator? I mean it was engineered by an engineer, so it must be right lol!

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That is correct. The gasket really isn't a gasket, not quite sure what its purpose is, its kind of sticky though. The cooler is a closed system, only place coolant flows is into tube and out of other tube.
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Maybe the "gasket" acts as an anti-vibration pad or some kind of isolator? I mean it was engineered by an engineer, so it must be right lol!

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Fixed!!!!!!!!!! p132b was 100% that actuator. I got the old one off, opened it up, and there were multiple sheared gears inside of it. So far I have learned that the p132b code is going to be directly related to the actuator and p2263 is the EBP sensor in my case.



I have noticed an issue with the truck now though.

Before I fixed this problem my truck would dump soot out of the exhaust (roll coal) but now i can't even get a puff out even if I step on it. Not that Im worried about rolling coal, but is this normal now that my turbo is working? Or is something else now the problem?

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Nope, now everything is working properly so your fuel and air combustion is efficient thus no coal train! Maybe you'll get a puff if you do a heavy acceleration, but you won't blind an intersection!

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Nope, now everything is working properly so your fuel and air combustion is efficient thus no coal train! Maybe you'll get a puff if you do a heavy acceleration, but you won't blind an intersection!

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Awesome, didn't really care to change the color of the intersection every time I tapped the gas, thanks again for the help!!

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I wonder if anyone else this this particular problem? I have a 2011 F350 with the 6.7 that I bought new. At about 15K miles it started to code the P132B and have very little turbo boost. I just removed the code, but it started to come on more often. So, I took it to the dealer and they told me it was the EGR valve. They replaced it at a cost of $1500, and it did nothing to stop the problem. Took it back, this time they said the VGT/waste gate assembly need to be replaced at a cost of $3500, and this on a truck with 20K miles. I told them that there was nothing mechanically wrong with the turbo, and the problem must be electronic. They said that their scanner said different and I was wrong. At this point I had zero confidence in their service department and said goodbye. So, I started to keep track of the situations and conditions that lead to the absence of turbo boost. HERE IS What I FOUND....Once the engine is up to temperature and I let the engine idle for as little is 10 minutes, when I resume driving, there is very little boost. As long as I shut the engine off (truck stops, fueling, ect.), no problems with max 22psi boost. The truck now has 40K miles on it, and I just finished a 2 month, 9K trip pulling a 30' 5th wheel camper with zero problems with the truck. All the power I needed and no codes. Anyone have any idea what would cause this odd behavior?
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