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Turbocharger boost control solenoid replacement
How to get your Turbocharger boost control solenoid repaired
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What causes a Turbocharger boost control solenoid to not work?
There are generally 3 ways a boost control solenoid can fail, it can be an electrical fault (fuse,connector etc) a vacuum fault (leaking hose etc) or an internal fault.
A boost control solenoid controls the amount of boost pressure by “bleeding off” a measured amount of air to reduce the pressure in the hose that feeds the wastegate to allow for better boost control
How to tell if you need your turbocharger boost control solenoid needs to be repaired
There common reasons your boost control solenoid needs to be reapired
- Loss of boost pressure on acceleration
- Oscillating turbo boost pressure
- Poor fuel economy
Is it important to get the turbocharger boost control solenoid repaired?
If your boost control solenoid fails it could cause internal turbo or engine failure so get in to be checked out as soon as you notice any issues
How is the turbocharger boost control solenoid repaired?
Generally the boost control solenoid will need to be replaced if the issue is internal however if it is an electrical or hose issue then they can usually be repaired fairly easily and inexpensively
Tips to remember
Some tips to help if you think there might be an issue
- Always get it checked out as soon as you think you might have an issue
- A faulty boost control solenoid can cause bigger issues
- A faulty boost solenoid could cause an engine light to come