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Old 08-12-2021, 07:49 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Tmargarido View Post
Hi Steve
I finally found the time to look at the compressor hose and the ebrake. I pulled the 1 hose to the compressor off the large pipe just after the air filter then started the engine. The 1 hose was sucking air, but air was blowing out of the port that the hose attaches to, so there was a positive pressure in the big pipe. I then reattached the1 hose to the port on the big pipe. I then inspected the ebrake. It was frozen open. I then proceeded to free up the ebrake linkage. But since it was frozen open that would not cause a positive pressure in the big pipe after the the filter. How can I tell if the turbo is working.
RPM will be limited, power greatly reduced. You'll feel like you gotta get out and push the MH up the slightest grade.
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