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Install a BOV on a 98 V70 2.4L AWD turbo

I have a stock releaf valve and i want to change it

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    relief valve for what?

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SOURCE: subaru 2002 wrx bov dump valve

Is it a vent to air or recirculating one. Also it depends on manufacture, some are quieter than others, higher boost pressure will also make it sound louder but other factors are involved with this so I should take advise from your local shop.

Posted on Aug 04, 2008

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SOURCE: Volvo V70 xc AWD '98 - fuel filter change

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The fuel filter can be located under the carpeted cargo storage floor at the rear of the wagon. Remove the four 10mm bolts, remove the cover. You will then see a removeable plate to the right just behind the rear passenger seat. Fuel filter can be seen through hole in hole. Replaced from underneath wagon. Be sure to make sure lines are fully inserted onto filter. Check for leaks. No smoking, extinguisher handy. Note arrow on filter for correct fuel flow.

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Posted on Mar 13, 2009

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SOURCE: oil spray onto underside of cat...v70 2.4 turbo

there is a seal on t hr breather box that could be leaking if there is oil across the oil pan if it is only on underside of car then the turbo return is leaking that is most common probably 10 dollars for gasket and seal and easy to change

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Turbo blow off problem


check for boost leaks... retighten every clamp from the turbo out put to intercooler to bov.. mine did the same thing thought i needed tuned n all it was, was a boost leak. hope i helped

Nov 17, 2011 | 1995 Eagle Talon

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I have a 95 eagle talon tsi awd, when i push the hard and the boost gauge hits the top for a split second the car jerks. feels like something slips of engine loses power. also i had a stereo put in my car...


Replace your waste gate on the turbo charger. It may be weak and opening up before your at full boost, common to go bad after a few years from the heat of the turbo. Good luck and keep me posted.

Feb 16, 2010 | 1995 Eagle Talon

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Installing aftermarket bov


if ur not changing ur turbo DONT TUCH THE WASTE GATE OR ITS HOSES!!!!! that part is only to reroute the xsaust gazzes to slow the turbo when the throttle is closed, as for the BOV or blow off valve mount it somewhere on ur pipeing that goes to your INTAKE of the motor it is there so when ur throttle snaps closed when u come off the gas pedel to shift, the pressurized air from the turbo can go out and away from the throttle usaly after the intercooler and before the throlltle body if u got the room for it also depending on the install and turbo setup, and computer, the car might tend to stall (MABY!) Depending on what kind of air metering you car uses, will dictate which is the best form of BOV, whether recurculated, or vented.

As for placement, the best place is usually as close to the throttle body as possible, that way as soon as the throttle plate closes air is evacuated...but having said that if you are recirulating, its a bit more plumbing to get that to work right...but anywhere AFTER the intercooler is good... and for the vacume hose any free vacume nipple on the intake manafold u might find one with a rubber cap or somthing of a blocker, if no nipple is availble buya Y type fitting at an auto store to doubble a used one HOPE THIS HELPS

Jan 29, 2010 | 2001 Volkswagen Golf

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How to install a bov on a 2000-2004 vw jetta


It is not wise to install a BOV on a 1.8t since it could cause problems with stalling in between shifts if it is vented to the atmosphere. The most recommended aftermarket solution is a new diverter valve (ex: Baileys, APR etc). If you still want to install the BOV they sell kits for the ssqv that mounts it to the charge pipe and routes the air back to the intake.

Nov 05, 2009 | 2004 Volkswagen Jetta

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Recently bought a 92 eagle talon tsi awd turbo ''automatic'' and the turbo guage dosen't work the person that i bought the car from said that he replaced the turbo seal that was leaking oil into the...


First things first. Do not bother trying to use the stock boost gauge in that car, it runs off of the ECU and it estimates with small calculations what the PSI may be, the stock boost gauge is ushally 2-3 psi off.

What i recommend is getting yourself an aftermarket boost gauge you can get em used locally on craigslist or a cheapy one from a reputabile ebay power seller. or pick one up for 40-60$ from autozone.

After you do that mount it in a good location, they are very very simply to install, if yours does not come with an instruction paper, you can search boost guage install on dsmtuners.com or yahoo or google.


BUT BY ALL MEANS DO NOT TRY TO FIX THE STOCK GUAGE, YOU WILL NEVER KNOW THE ACTUAL PSI READING.

Apr 16, 2009 | 1992 Eagle Talon

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Turbo BOV


the small one is a vacum hose which opens the bov when the throttle shuts off, im guessing the one on there vents into the atmosphere and makes the pshhh noise.Your original one has a larger hose aswell which plumbs back into the intake pipe somewhere( there is probably a bung of some sort plugging the hole unless its and aftermarket pipe).i hope this helps.

Jun 25, 2008 | 1999 Subaru Forester

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MAZDASPEED6 problems


hmmmm lets see......while driving on the highway 80 to 85 mph in 6th gear I am just under 3000 rpms. do you even own a speed 6? *****? crappy AWD ? have you ever driving the car hard? really hard like my **** in ur ****? this is one of the best handling cars ive ever drivin in...... three 300 zx's- 1 TT...... turbo 240sx (ka24det)........grow the *******......

The only thing i agree on is the gas consumption (stock) is very bad...... after installing a cold air intake alone my gas mileage was much better ...and now i have test pipe and down pipe plus HKS ssq bov and my car sucks gas like a 1.6 liter honda civic.

try taking a turn like a man you ***** maybe your opinion would change

May 14, 2008 | 2007 Mazda Speed 6 Sedan

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