Date: Tue, 11 Apr 2000 05:51:09 GMT
From: Mathias <_nopsamm>
Subject: Re: Vibrating sound 9000T -88


Ehh...that would be the same as connecting the pressurised side of the turbo to the air-inlet. Dont no what happens to turbo rpm so....What you can do is to completely remove the valve and plug all connections to it. When you testdrive, make sure you release the gaspedal EXTREMELY slow or you risk turbodamage. How did you test the valve? Its not so easy to detect leaks from a bad membrane, just blowing into it is probably not enough. /Mathias Dick Telder wrote: > On Fri, 07 Apr 2000 06:54:26 GMT, Mathias <_nopsamm> wrote: > > >I 've seen you post messages to swnet.* in swedish, so the easiest thing > >would be for you to go to http://come.to/turboclub and check the FAQ, chapter > >4. I am talking about the three-way valve that releases t-preassure when you > >shift gear (for example), not the idle control vale. I f you have any > >additional questions you can contact me ("FAQ-mäster" on the FAQ page) or use > >the forum on the same site. > > Thanks for the Turboclub URL. I lost it some time ago. > I checked this valve, and it seems to be okay. Is it dangerous to > replace it with a tube to find out if it was making the noise? > > /dot

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