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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-01-2007, 10:50 PM Thread Starter
 
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Unhappy 02 dodge lots of smoke no power?

I am new to the garage, here we go. I have an 02 Dodge stock, brand new turbo, injection pump, and lift pump. Within the last week there is a lot of black smoke and a significant loss of power under normal driving conditions. There is no check engine light and no engine codes. I can barely hear my turbo work. Any advice or sugestions would be greatly appreciated.:shrug: :shrug:
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check your intercooler boots and clamps...you have them on the turbo side and up to the Intake Manitfold. This will make you loose A LOT of power and increase your smoke...I know i've blown the clamps many a time! if its your turbo lacking, i'd guess that its on the bottom side hook up. Check that and get back!

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i have already checked there is no holes and the clamps are tight. Any more advice?
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that was my best guess...im thinking that you have a lack of air somewhere...check anywhere you'd get air! take off your clamps and boots, make sure their clean, they'll be a bit time consuming, but do it anyway...

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thanks i we give it a shot. some one told me that it could be a boost senser whats your opinion
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boost sensor wouldn't cause that much smoke i dont think...im thinking its gotta be the air 2 fuel ratio...

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Put her on a Diagonise tool and see what your boost is reading.

Also the fact you just got a Turbo put on...........makes us wonder even more if you ain't got boost.
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yo

hey i just scaned it. no codes all checked out. no holes in boots. took out air filter still smoken. did not driveit dont want the dirt. cant figuer this one out .
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I dont know, perhaps the gear on the injection pump could have came loose and slipped? Other then that boost leak is the only other option. Check your intercooler.

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my truck is not missing! it runs smooth just no power and lots of smoke. my truck has 6ok and is well maintand
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