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Vehicle has loss of power when accelerating

Landcruiser diesel.I have no power when you take off in 1st ,as if turbo is not working, turbos turbine shaft feels and sounds ok,any sugestions at might be wrong??

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The 100 series td is boost limited for 1st gear , this was a factory design to stop consumers getting overexcited at the traffic lights etc! If you think you are getting no power or boost in first (which would be odd) then connect a boost gauge to the turbo pressure vsv (vacum switching valve) on the intake manifold to see what sort of pressure you are getting.
All this can get a little bit involved ie type of motor 1hdt,1hd-fte etc etc, repost if you need further.

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