usually its always in the boots. Possibly where the compressor side of the turbo butts into the IC tube, but not likely. You can make a boost leake detector similar to the dieselsite one with parts from home depot. As far as I know adding air to the system is the only way to find leaks
Please don't try this at home. Leave it for the proffessionals who are to cheap to buy a tool! lol!!!!
There are posts on making them with plumbing supplies. I agree that majority of the time ot is the boots that leak.
yea, id say you hit the nail on the head on that one. you can connect it with the turbo on. i cant remember the NAPA part number but go in there and look for CIRCULAR LINKAGE CLIPS. I think you need the 1/4" one. They come in a pack of 4. 2-1/8", 2-1/4" They are much easier to put on.:thumb:
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