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Secondary turbo cuts out

Car cuts out and loses power after heavy use of secondary turbo. Will maintain problem until car is turned off and left for a bit. When turned back on problem is disolved.
Suspect some form of turbo sensor cutting it off under heavy use?
Check engine light also appears

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Check that the oil and coolant lines that run to the unit are'nt blocked as is sounds as though its overheating the turbo and its bindind up. I hope this helps.

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