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|JOHN||HOW CAN I TELL IF THE TURBO IS WORKING
|JOHN||SORRY THIS IS A 580K ,AGAIN ,HOW CAN I TELL IF THE TURBO IS WORKING?
|AJ||There would be no doubt,if the turbo froze up you would have a pall of black smoke from the stack beacuse the engine was not getting enough air,take off the rubber hose from the intake on the turbo,with your finger tip spin the impeller to see its free,do not be tempted to use a screwdriver as its easy to damage it,do not start the engine till you put the hose back and secure it.
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