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You can make a simple listening device using a long handled screwdriver. place the metal blade of the screwdriver on the turbo or any other device you want to test and then place your ear on the plastic end of the screwdriver handle, watch out for electrical and moving items during the test. alternator bearings also make the same such noise.

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