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    Turbo problem.

    Hello. I've been out of the U.S for about two mont hand when I get back my car, and I am almost positive it's the turbo, is making a weird noise in the range on 4,800 and 5,200 RPM's. It sounds exactly like a blender! Is the turbo damaged? If it is, why can I only hear the sound on that range? How can I fix this? Thanks to all for the feedback.
    P.S I also have a problem with my Fuel Dial not working. Any thoughts?

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    Re: Turbo problem.

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    Re: Turbo problem.

    It does sound like your turbo is damaged somehow if it is coming from the unit. But i find it quite unusual that it was ok when you left it 2months ago and it has sat there and now it is faulty. I would get someone to have a look at it mate. Fuel gauge could be the sender unit or loose connection or actual gauge, can only recommend you have a look at it yourself or get a garage to check it. Sorry couldnt be more help but its quite difficult to diagnose something over the internet when you havent seen or heard it.

    Aaron

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    Re: Turbo problem.

    No problem. Thanks for the help anyway. I was just hoping to save some money before taking it to the dealer. Thanks anyways.

 

 

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