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Old September 25th, 2010, 08:20   #1
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: belgium
Exclamation Passat 2001 96kw problem

hi ,

there was a bit tomutch oil in car about +- half a liter
got it out .(mistake of a friend )Can this cause things to get broke..?

the car doesn't seem to have turbo sometimes..

above 3000rpm it got the power back ..in high gears (last time i checked)

(i dont have a piece off road to go full out.. traffic ect.. )

probably go in limb mode ,thats how i got the car back..

it feels sometimes like no turbo is attached .

I changed the -N75 valve for a new one (is in front of the car at the fans)

don't have no computer to test stuff ..

So it feels like i am driving without TURBO .. or just a bit sometimes ..
I can hear the turbo so i think its not that ??

Passat -2001- -96kw- -+2150000km-
stationwagon .

i had a problem once went to garage and they said Turbo broke ;
i fixed the wastegate then.. was stuck!! then car fine again so i am not so keen on going to garage (stealer)
if i can do it meself why not !!??
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