Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2000 10:45:00 -0800
From: "wgmoore" <>
Subject: Re: Should the turbo glow bright orange?

Always let it unwind before it shuts off.. You may find your to late- the engine oil cools the center section of the turbo. If it has had a history of direct shut downs you may have a cloged oil chamber. Your imminant turbo failure is in your future. Another cause of over heated is a run away injector running extremly rich hydro carbon mixture into the turbo on the exhaust side. Either way an Orange turbo is a break down waiting to happen. hn Herlihy <herlihyjnopsamnet> wrote in message news:cCPo4.22$ > Is it okay to get it that hot, and then shut it down? Or should I let it idle > for 5 or 10 minutes and cool down slower? It's an '87 spg with 200k+ miles

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