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This is a discussion on Help!! Turbo Stopped Engaging! within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; maybe. when you turn the car off does the guage read exactly zero. this is a good place to start ...

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    maybe. when you turn the car off does the guage read exactly zero. this is a good place to start because its the simplest answer.
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    i dont think so but i will check tommorow

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    my gauge does read zero once off.when i start driving in the eway and go into wot on 5th gear it goes real slow and boost gets to only .05bar all the way to redline.to make myself clear in all gears once i go wot. it doesnt reach full boost.i can notice the loss of power.

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