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I have a strange hesitation after the truck has been parked for 4-5 hours. It doesn't seem to do it in the morning, but I try to leave the neigborhood quietly, so it might without me noticing it.

It's not a bog, but the turbo will not seem to boost quick enough to get going. I've tried powerbraking it, but that doesn't help.

It last about 1-2 seconds. Just enough to say "oh sh7$" as I'm pulling out onto a 55 mph state route. Then it's fine.

Normal?
 

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Are you in a cold climate? Could possibly be the EBPV being closed.
 

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I live in Ohio, somewhat cold. It was 45 when it happened today. But this happens in when it's warm too.

I unplugged the EBPV when I was trying to find the problem that I now know is surge. It still may be closing, but it only does it for a few seconds, and I think the EBPV stays shut for longer than that (not sure though)???
 

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Today after work it took 4-5 seconds for the turbo to kick in and get me moving.

Has this happened to anyone else?
 
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