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  1. 1997 a4 1.8t sport NO POWER 
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    Hi all, after some help. Car runs etc a dream but no go in it!!!! Get a slight whistle that seems to come from rear of engine. Have just fitted another engine in it and have no history about car before previous engine breaking. Turbo is spinning up fine. ANy help greatly received. Thanks r9t.
     
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    Have you checked for boost leaks
    You can always run vag .com see is she as any faults
    M.A.F faulty n75 Faulty
    Stabbing a bit in the dark with this really.
    Whast sort of power loss are you getting no boost
    RED SEAT LEON CUPRA WITH REVO REMAP 196bhp AND 241lb TORQUE
     
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    Hi, has been checked, power supply terminal 30 voltage too low
    solenoid valve for boost pressure control (NT5) output open
    mass air flow sensor signal too low
    The 3 problems.
    Hope some1 can explain perferable with pictures!!!!
    Cheers r9t
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    Also cupra seat tdi. ('54 plate) Door wont shut! Well it will and swings back open. Passenger side door. On and off problem for over year. If door was locked that would hold shut and work fine again. Now got a piece of string keeping it shut!!!Think it might need lubing especially as new £85.18 plus VAT. Will golf mech fit? Thanks
     
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    Hi, spose you could say no boost!!! What can be done to the solenoid valve to get working properly (OR replace) or could it be something else? Wots with the terminal 30, low voltage? Is there anyone local to Gt yarmouth that could pop round and have a look? Thanks again.
     
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    Hi, re seat. £30 some1 else and it's sorted. Rusted up and seized but fixed now.
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    Original poster - sounds like a boost leak through that valve. Suggest you replace it if you haven';t already mate.
     
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