Date: Thu, 8 Apr 2004 08:40:09 -0600 From: "Zon" <johnnospamy-to-group.please> Subject: Re: How to diagnose the cause of loss of boost pressure?
"MeatballTurbo" <carl.robsonnospamcing-czechs.com> wrote in message news:MPG.1adef9de8b40c60c989d73nospam.individual.net... > A couple of simple checks are. > 1) is your gas cap loose. I think a lot of the more modern cars will > show the check engine light but worth a look anyway. Checked. Gas cap was tight, and there is not check engine light on dash. > 2) Check your oil cap is on properly. Again simple free to do. Checked. Seems to be ok. > 3) check for any vac hose leaks. A bit early for leaks to occur but a > lose may have popped off or split. Checked. All hose seem to be in proper place and also clamps are tight. > 4) Have you changed where you buy your fuel from recently? Different > brand, or even different stations of the same brand can have fuel that > behaves differently. Nope. It is the same conoco premium gas I have been using since I bought this car. Is there anything else I should check? It was doing just fine yesterday evening, so problem seems to be on-off kind of thing. BR;Z