Where is the oil sending unit on a 1994 7.3 turbo diesel non power stroke?
The oil sending unit is located on the top of the turbo on the 94 turbo diesel 7.3
Most diesel engines are turbo charged, not a lot of diesels are supercharged. A turbo diesels engine will also have a intercooler which will give it added HP. - - - - - The only supercharged diesels I know of are two-stroke Detroit Diesels like the Series 53, the Series 71 (aka the Yachtsman's Friend) and the Series 92. Unlike a four-stroke diesel, a two-stroke diesel can't breathe on its own. They all have blowers…
Turbo Diesel Intercooled......Intercooler cools compressed air before it enters intake manifold... cool air=more dense=more power=efficiency! EDIT BY APWOLF: TDI Stands for Turbo-Direct-Injection. Meaning, it's a Turbo. Direct injection, Meaning, It directly Injects Fuel (in this case, Diesel) Into the Engine, Rather than Right Before the Valves.
this will happen on all diesel engines (if its going to make reasonable power) its basically soot/carbon from the exhaust and unburnt diesel. on some high power turbo diesel cars there is proper plumes of black smoke. you only need be worried if there is blue smoke while on boost as this means the turbo is shot. but black = good
Is there a speedometer cable on a 1999 Dodge Ram turbo diesel and if so where and how do you change it?
An intercooler is used on a turbocharged (or supercharged) engine. Assuming you have a turbo diesel: The turbo compresses air to get more air into your engine. More air + more fuel = more power. The air heats up as it is compressed, reducing it's density. An intercooler chills the air, increasing its density allowing for greater power to be generated.