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    Turbo pressure loss ?

    Aint sure what it is am hopeing its the dv stuck or sticking, the car just does'nt kick in when it should well at all sometomes more often than not today and then on the odd occasion we have lift off and alls fine for a while, am going to try old dv back on it when i can find it and gett time and day light to do it so any other ideas are welcome just please try not to mention the costly ones please.

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    Re: Turbo pressure loss ?

    Could be air mass meter, can get these symptoms, try disconnecting it then taking it for a drive

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    Re: Turbo pressure loss ?

    Which wire's that then i aint to sure, and sods law its been fine the past couple of days.

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    Re: Turbo pressure loss ?

    just to the left of your airbox actually connects to it, will be a cylindrical device with a multiplug attached facing away from you as you look at it, quite easy to simply pop off, then see what it drives like.

 

 

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