Date: Sat, 8 Jan 2000 10:27:09 +0100
From: applescript.collectnopsamnet (ben gurion)
Subject: Re: '90 900t spg turbo boost probs(?)


Nick Passino <nickpaznopsamtown.com> wrote: > My '90 900t SPG is acting a little weird on when the turbo boosts... > sometimes it'll only creep up just into the yellow about 2mm and stay, > but if you are in a low enough gear and and punch up the revs, then > suddenly it'll boost all the way up to it's normal end range (right b4 > the red). Sounds like a problem in the APC and/or the parts involved in controling the turbo (which seems to be very common) ... Before digging that way, check your turbo, by dissconnecting the right vacuum tube (looking fwd) from the solenoid valve, which is located on the right upper edge of the radiator ... its a little round thing with 3 vacuum lines and two electric lines connected to it. Now warm up the car, and do some hard accelleration, BUT: CAUTION ! Doing this, with the disabled APC means YOU are in control of the boost, so do it carefully and avoid shooting it into the red for too long or too often.... you'd fry your engine ! (which isn't easy, cause you sure never felt _such_ a kick before ;)) If your turbo is ok, the boost will go up fast and as high as you let it. -- cu... ben

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