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    Blown turbo? Help.

    The past couple of weeks my turbo has been making an extremely loud wineing sound. And the other day i was driving and it lost all boost and started missing. It still builds boost but doesn't hold. I don't think there is a leak. I just baught a AMR cxr500 but I wana make sure it's the turbo that's making it misfire. There is no metal shavings in the oil or anything. Do you think it's just the turbo?

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    Only way to tell is to pull the inlet at least and see if there is any play on the compressor wheel.
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    Sorry. Should of explained more. But I know my turbo is done. I just wanted to make sure that was the reason it was missing.

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