Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2001 04:19:31 -0800
From: "Eccatfud" <eccatfudnopsamt.net>
Subject: Re: 900 turbo


Possibility that an intercooler hose is leaking. Make sure that all of the rubber connectors are intact from the turbo to the intake. Hopefully that's the case. As Simon said it could also be the vacuum line from the gauge to the intake. It's on the rear of the intake close to the brake master cylinder. "SimonJ" <menopsam.com> wrote in message news:965lbr$hm6$1nopsamium.btinternet.com... > > "Ekilker" <ekilkernopsamcom> wrote in message > news:20010210211708.20872.00000475nopsamt1.aol.com... > > How does one know when their turbo starts to not work as well? I just > > 'inherited' this car and have driven this car a fair amount but the little > > turbo gauge thing never seems to move.....is it supposed to? Also, it the > car > > sometimes feels like it's working really hard when it going like 58-60 > > mph.....any ideas why this may be? > > If the boost guage never moves at all, ie never shows vacuum or boost it has > come disconnected. Fix this, then youcan see what your turbo is doing, and > you will have a better idea if it is dead. It should go to the top of the > orange section. > >

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