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Im looking at a 2005 jetta gli turbo currently to buy is there a certain way to start the car with a turbo on the engine when i turn the key the first time it doesnt crank but the second time it starts up do i need to wait a minute on the first try when cranking after the key is currently on but just not in the crank position?

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Not to my knowledge...should start immediately, could be a "lambda sensor" on the turbo faulty.

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