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Hi, I have a 2001 dodge ram 2500 4x4 vin 6 truck , and need to know turbo model number, looks like my waste gate si stuck or damage. According to my bluetooth scanner the turbo pressure is around 29 psi when idle and up to 37 psi when reaches 2100 rpms. I had the sensor replace because low voltage code p235 (I believe this was the code number) and I was able to duplicate intermitent signal data dropping all the way to 12 psi. But even before I had sensor replace on idle it was showing 29 psi. Regaridng turbo ID I could see some numbers inthe front side but I was expecting something that leads me to HX35 or HY35.

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If your showing 29 psi at idle you have a bad sensor, there isn't enough exhaust to make 1 psi, let alone 29. It's probably reading absolute pressure, so depending on where you live it should be 14.7ish at the highest.EDIT: I just noticed you replaced the sensor, I would check your wring. If you live at any elevation 12 psi is probably normal.

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If your showing 29 psi at idle you have a bad sensor, there isn't enough exhaust to make 1 psi, let alone 29. It's probably reading absolute pressure, so depending on where you live it should be 14.7ish at the highest. EDIT: I just noticed you replaced the sensor, I would check your wring. If you live at any elevation 12 psi is probably normal.

Thanks guys let me look into it and later I'll post the outcome.

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Should not have 29 at idle. should be almost none. check sensor. Previous thread correct on models for auto and manual , If you need picture of id plate for your truck let me know and I will post.

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