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Old 08-21-2011, 03:47 PM   #1
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Unusual noise ?

I noticed a new noise coming from the engine compartment on our 07 Holiday Rambler with a Cummins ISL 400hp with 30k miles. The noise is a high pitch whistleing that starts when the engine is started and persist for several seconds after the engine is turned off. I can hear it clearly but cannot tell where the source is located. I suspect the turbo and question: does the turbo continue to spin after the engine is stopped? If it is the turbo, what do I need to do? If it is not the turbo what is the source of the noise? Thanks Sam
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Old 08-21-2011, 04:26 PM   #2
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Yes the turbo can continue to spin.

You have either a vacuum or a pressure leak would be my first guess.

But the turbo can continue to spin.
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Old 08-21-2011, 05:04 PM   #3
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There is a turbo By-pass hose that sometimes leaks. It looks about a 1 inch dia. with a 90 deg. bend and about 5" long. You well most likely lose some turbo boost when it's bad. It's easy to change when the engine is cold.
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Old 08-25-2011, 02:01 PM   #4
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Is this something new. Cummins engines whine or whistle as a normal sound. The pitch changes with RPM but it can be clearly heard if you have your window open and are driving slowly through a campground as an example. You can also tell the big rigs that have Cummins engines on the road by the whistle they make - it comes from the turbo charger. Sorry if this is something you already know. We had an 07 Endeavor 400ISL and it whistled and now we have a Camelot with a 425ISL - same sound.
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The noise is new. It continues after the engine has stopped for about 30 seconds. I am taking the MH to Power South Jacksonville, a Cummins sevice center. I will post later when we find out what is causing the noise. Thanks for your replies.
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The turbo was the problem, Replaced by Cummins, under factory warranty.
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