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  • andrew Apr 04, 2015

    Also forgot to mention there is also an actuator on the turbo with a arm that moves up and down you need to make sure this actuator moves freely

  • andrew Apr 04, 2015

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Check for split hoses around the turbo even very small hoses/pipes as sometimes you can't tell if they have a split in them unless you look for it properly

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