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Check Engine Light Turbo Warning

Discussion in 'Engine and Performance' started by Joe Parkes, Oct 17, 2019.

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  1. Joe Parkes

    Joe Parkes Junior Member

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    I just replaced the stock Air Filter with a K&N replacement. Now every 400 miles i am getting a hard turbo code. I have reset it a couple of times and it comes back. It was back on for a day now, I started up the truck this morning and the check engine light was not illuminated.
    I am wondering if the alarm is being caused by the greater air flow?
     
  2. Dennis Shellito

    Dennis Shellito Member

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    Maybe you should put the factory air filtration system back on the truck as it is capable of filtering enough air for the engine. I have an S&B cold air intake on my Cummins and am considering putting the factory air box back. I installed the S&B because at the time the replacement filters were so expensive, but now they can be bought very reasonable. I wouldn't have the hassle of cleaning and oiling a filter after every change.
     

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