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This is a discussion on fluttering noise? within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; alright so i have a 2002 wrx and every time im driving at low speeds and the turbo is boosting ...

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    fluttering noise?

    alright so i have a 2002 wrx and every time im driving at low speeds and the turbo is boosting when i let go of the throttle you can hear a fluttering noise and it sounds like its comming from the intake but i cant tell you can fully hear the BOV but theres a weird fluttering noise any ideas?

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    yup, sounds like the wastegate. You have a BOV on the car?
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    yes i do have a BOV and if it is the wastegate do you think im going to need to get a new one or should it be fine the way it is?

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