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My 2001 VW New Beetle

I have a "wheezing" or vacuum sound coming from the Turbo during acceleration. My local mechanic tells me it is coming from the turbo.

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It is but if your check engine light is on there is some vaacium hoses than get crak and old make sure they are ok
but vacium leaks are more easy to find when ideling not under aceleration

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