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Vw golf tdi 1600 2009 over fuelling smell coming inside car over Rev on stand still.small leak on exhaust and turbo cilp

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if its into the front passenger footwell i had this too, inside thwe door closure where the hinges fix is a small rubber hose that funnels water from the sunroof down the apillar in a tube and out, if thats blocked it will run into the car also it could be coming in throught the window seal inside the door and out just inside the door closure area.

Posted on Aug 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Turbo loud whistling and lots of smoke coming out of the exhaust

OK now what i am going to tell you, you need to listen to....
sounds like your turbo is on the way out and need to be repaired or replaced
if you continue driving the car the spool may snap and go into your motor and that will cost you a new motor
stop driving it...
if you need to don't push the car be soft
diesels are not a good car to push anyway
take it and get it fixed or you will be out of pocket for some time
i have had this happen here and it is not worth the damage

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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SOURCE: the turbo isn't activating on my vw golf tdi.

Hi hannah hardi
It may be that the turbocharger blades are seized, in which case you will need to replace the complete unit. Before doing so... Check and see that the pipes from the turbo to the manifold are not cracked and leaking .Also, if car is fitted with an intercooler..check this carefully for cracks. Intercooler failure is a common problem.
Hope this is helpful
John

Posted on Sep 03, 2009

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SOURCE: vw golf tdi turbo problems

check the turbo hoses, they are renound for dry cracking, very hard to see at first glance

Posted on Sep 06, 2009

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SOURCE: vw tdi turbo dying

check the rubber pipes are not collapsing ,they run from the air filter to the turbo if they appear ok then replace the turbo

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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