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After replacing the intake manifold feels like the turbo is not responding like it was before, could this be a problem related to some pressure regulator or could be the turbo it self. I don't have any warning lights at my instrument panel. Please help!!!

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CHECK TURBO BOOST PRESSURE CONTROL VALVE RESISTANCE SHOULD BE 25 TO 35 OHMS.CHECK VACUUM LINES GOING TO WASTEGATE AND TURBO BOOST PRESSURE CONTROL VALVE.MAKE SURE GETTING GOOD VACUUM.CHECK INTAKE VACUUM WITH VACUUM GAUGE YOU NEED 18 HG VACUUM BEFORE ANY WORK RIGHT.

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