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on my 97 7.3 powerstroke when its cold out the warm up valve which i think is located right on the turbo, comes on...this is fine while letting it sit to warn up but when i go down the road as long as im not ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 05-26-2010, 03:23 PM
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Default Annoying & unneeded warm up valve

on my 97 7.3 powerstroke when its cold out the warm up valve which i think is located right on the turbo, comes on...this is fine while letting it sit to warn up but when i go down the road as long as im not hard on the throttle it activated and takes tons of power away even though the truck is more than enough warmed up to operate. i think this is unneeded on my truck so can i take that out without doin extensive work to it? maybe just disconnect something to make it not come on? .....Thanks

97powerstroke7.3's Sig:1997 F-250 SCLB XL 145K miles
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Old 05-26-2010, 03:35 PM
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OK. If you want, you can delete that valve. I can walk you through it if you would like... Have you ever pulled the turbo? Your best bet with an OBS truck would probably be just to unplug the actuator and wire the valve open.
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Old 05-26-2010, 04:52 PM
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ok ill prob unplug the actuator. amd no the turbo hasnt been pulled but i plan on rebiulding it and putting in a quick spool compressor wheel. thanks man
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Old 05-26-2010, 04:57 PM
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Let me know when you pull it and I'll tell you how to delete it.
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sure thang man thanks. dont know when ill be able to get to it though. its summer time and i got other stuff to do...but ill contact you. thanks
 
 
 
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