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    Default How to check the turbo of charade diesel

    I hv a charade with diesel turbo, running fine pick is very good, plz tell me how to check that turbo is working properly or not. thanks


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    any expert plz

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    Turbo Repair and Turbocharger Repair - Turbo Repair Kits and Turbo Diesel Repair

    These should help. There should be no fluid leaks and there should not be any bearing noise. Install a turbo timer to keep ur turbo safe.
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    get a pressure gauge that can read 0 to 50 psi and a one way valve - setup in such a way that air gets trapped after the valve and between the gauge - attach the line between the LDA pipe and go for a test run, you should be peaking 10 psi and stabilising at 7 psi on acceleration.

    also check for smoke - add or reduce boost as necessary with the wastegate setting (if equipped)
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