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tubo units get compressor drive power from the exhaust pressure acting on the turbine wheel, not after the turbine wheel so exhaust pipe /flange leaks are non effective
what you problem indicates is a holes in the intake system after the compressor wheel from bad intercooler pipes /hoses loose and or holes in the intercooler
another place of failure is a faulty boost dump valve that is not allowing pressure to build up at all
make sure that the air filter is new as any restriction is a problem
of course you could always take the car to an accredited turbo repair shop and just talk about it and get information as to the possible problems
10/6/10 I work for the Ionic Pro company. The unit is designed in such a way that it cannot blow out air continuously... it blows the air for sometime then it takes the air into the back and applies the purification process. Once inside the air is cleaned then it is blown out the front. This why some customers feel that it is not working... but in reality it still functions. As long as you have a power light and the air in cycling through the unit, it is working fine. If the unit still has an issue, you can call customer service at 800-875-8577. Thank you.
Look for a leak on the pressure side of the turbo. I dont think the turbo is bad or else it wouldnt make the wooshing noise. You need to put the engine under a load to build turbo boost. Just giving it throttle in neutral wont work. Block the drive wheels up off the ground SECURLEY and put it in gear up to about 35 mph and ride the brake and give it throttle to find out where the leak is and repair from there
http://www.geeksquad.fixya.com/ThreadView.aspx?prdid=0&thid=559803 Generic problem for all Vacuums DIRT DEVIL MODEL 08245 BRUSE HAS Posted by GENEFIXIT on Apr 30, 2008 DIRT DEVIL MODEL 08245 BRUSE HAS NO TORQUE, HOW DO I OPEN UNIT TO GET TO TURBO UNIT Hello, I would advise you to ALWAYS to FIRST UNPLUG YOUR VACUUM before beginning any service procedure. Most of the turbo units are a snap together or they have hidden screws to un-screw to open the top and the bottom of the turbo unit, please check with you owner’s manual under trouble shooting and they will instruct you on how to dis-assemble the unit, and also please check with your local vac dealer. So if you need further assistance, please feel free to contact your local vacuum cleaner dealer in your area or in the yellow pages, or contact the factory phone number or website to further assist you with your questions. http://www.royalvacuums.com Customer Service For help with a model that is not working, if you want to check an order, if you need help finding a part or service center or have any other comment, complaint or question that is not a technical question about this web site use the link above. You can also call our Customer Service department between 8AM and 7PM EST Monday through Friday at (800) 321-1134. Don – The Vac Man