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This is a discussion on Cold weather question within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by sshea45 Yeah it was completely warmed up. I drove about 30 miles at 70. Should I put ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sshea45 View Post
    Yeah it was completely warmed up. I drove about 30 miles at 70. Should I put something to block the inter cooler when it's that cold?
    No don't do that. if you were warmed up then that eliminates one of my thoughts.
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    Is there something wrong I should look for?

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    I know some other turbo cars or trucks have a boost limiter that restricts boost at that level. Until the sensors get up to temp you don't get the extra boost. Don't know about the suby though.
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    If you're not getting a CEL, and the car is stock, then this is going to be very hard to figure out.

    I'd start with checking all of your wiring and hoses under the hood.
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