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Vacuums but no boost, the Engine itself has no power.

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Have no idea what car you have, but, timing off, engine needs major tune-up, new air & fuel filters, spark plugs & wires, new distributor cap & rotor, fuel ijector cleaner in tank. coil might be faulty, trans mission fluid low, filter clogged, brakes binding, clutch slipping, cat converter clogged, pick your poison !

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In the old days the turbo would boost as soon as the engine speed was sufficiently high and any over pressure would be dumped by a relief valve or controlled by a wastegate.



In these modern times of electronics the turbo wastegate is normally open instead of normally closed so there is no automatic boost. The engine management system decides when there will be boost and how much boost there will be.



Turbo chargers are amazingly reliable unless they are abused or there has been foreign matter ingress. When looking for the cause of no boost it is wise to disconnect the intake trunking and turn the compressor vanes by hand to ensure all is well.



Disconnect the vacuum line to the wastegate servo and apply suction to the servo to ensure the servo, the linkage and wastegate is moving and in good order.



The next stage is to examine the vacuum line and connections back to source and then ensure the vacuum supply is adequate.



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by the sound of it you could have one or both of these problems.
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2. ignition fault which is causing the car to die.


1. look in the engine bay and look for small rubber hoses, check all you can find and look for cracks or splits. make sure you check the small rubber hose on the turbo itself.

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