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Date Registered: 10-2011
Location: Darwin, NT
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Charlie250 wrote:

When I'm driving, I'm far too busy looking out the windscreen looking for things I have control over, rather than focussing on idiotic tailgaters behind me.



You've obviously never driven in Canberra.


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Date Registered: 08-2012
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I certainly have, many times.

However my point is, that if you are silly enough to continually look in the rear view mirror focussing on a tailgater, (whose actions you have no control over) you are increasing the risk exponentially of causing an answer yourself.

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Date Registered: 10-2014
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Re: Intercooler Vulnerability – Nudge Bars are a Necessity


Hi guys, realise this thread is old but here's my troubles.

I lost boost recently and I noticed oil on the intercooler and a small hole. So, I replaced the intercooler and now I have an engine check light, the code indicates the fault is in turbo boost circuit a. Is the best course of action to just replace the Boost sensor? Cleaned the maf sensor as well just to eliminate any play in the situation it may be having. Any ideas?

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