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Date: Fri, 05 Jun 1998 02:11:00 GMT
From: fakenamenopsamspring.com (chris)
Subject: Re: 9000 Turbo boost pressure


I think red means bad so it should not be in the red zone. On Thu, 4 Jun 1998 13:30:38 -0700, "John" <lewjwnopsamntmail.com> wrote: >Excuse my ignorance of what Carlsson designates, but at least I've read many >postings in the past that, for a stock, boost needle is not expected in the >red zone. > >I've never seen it in mine either, at max, within the 3/4 yellow. > >John >93 9k CSE > >Paul Aspinall wrote in message <6l6s56$hfbnopsam3.force9.net>... >>I have a 9000 Carlsson ('89). >> >>The boost guage does not always travel to the red section of the meter. It >>does sometimes, but most times it stops mid-way into the yellow zone. >> >>The turbo has been replaced 10,000 miles ago, and I have had the boost >>solenoid checked OK. >> >>Does anyone have any ideas? >> >> >> >

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