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Whine coming from engine in 1st and 2nd gear up to 3000 revs sounds like turbo trouble no loss of power or oil leaks intercooler pipe ok it is a o7 golf 5 1.9 tdi 105 bph 60000 miles whine only noticable at low revs had it checked at dealers no fault found

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Sounds like turbo unbalanced, check oil feed pipe for turbo could be blocked or restricted. turbo should be reconditioned or renewed.

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