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Old 06-02-2012, 08:24 AM
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What's causing this (video)

The turbo sounds like its searching for air...only does it when RPMs are somewhat low. Any ideas...
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bumping this up...is this something i should be worried about?
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Did you check all boots?
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Did you check all boots?
Negative. IF it it's one (or more) boots how can I prevent them from leaking again?
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Negative. IF it it's one (or more) boots how can I prevent them from leaking again?
While checking all boots pay real close attention to detail. Sometimes the rip on a boot is at the bottom and very hard to see. It definitely sounds like a suction noise. It's almost like a waste gate. That was my first thought on the noise. Boots tend to rip from old age or if the boot slid off just make sure the clamps around the boots are tight and everything is fully connected. Does your boost gauge fluctuate at all?
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sounds like turbo is in need of a rebuild or a ww..
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sounds like turbo is in need of a rebuild or a ww..
Yeah if all boots check to be fine I'd go with this.
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While checking all boots pay real close attention to detail. Sometimes the rip on a boot is at the bottom and very hard to see. It definitely sounds like a suction noise. It's almost like a waste gate. That was my first thought on the noise. Boots tend to rip from old age or if the boot slid off just make sure the clamps around the boots are tight and everything is fully connected. Does your boost gauge fluctuate at all?
Boost gauge does fluctuate, it bounces back and forth about 5PSI... Gave the boots a quick check, seemed ok. Will maybe pull them off and inspect
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Old 06-13-2012, 09:49 AM
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The blue boots are really common coming off the turbo with the slight bend and the drivers side cac black plastic tubes are known to develop cracks in the flex part.Just some of the ones I have seen frequently.
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