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TURBO NOT BOOSTING

1999 SAAB 9-5 AERO, TURBO DOES NOT KICK IN ANY MORE.
HAVE TAKEN TURBO APART ALL LOOKS OK SPINNING FREE.
REPLACED CRANKSHAFT SENSOR , SUCTION LINES SEEM TO BE
OK WITH SUCTION.WHAT ELSE CAN I TRY.

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Change air filter.check waste gate actuator make sure its open the waste gate.look at the actuator rod make sure its not stuck.there should be movement.

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