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Turbo Engine top was fixed but turbo is not coming in on passat 2002 1.8T how is it linked

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    I need a VW Passat 1.8T Engine top that is affordable where can I find one?

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Will need a little more info.. these are notorious for doin top end and turbo damage. have you checked both sides of turbo?

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