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Old 23-06-2015, 01:03 AM
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I have had the car for over 2 years now. My pill is still there maybe I'll disconnect it and blow some air through it. Im going to try and find a friend with a boost solenoid. Its hard to find these cars in canada. Ill keep my eyes out
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Originally Posted by dazdavies View Post
Yeah really.

The pill restricts air coming from the compressor housing to the wastegate solenoid. Without the pill the solenoid gets overloaded, opens and the wastegate actuator will open too early as a result of this.
Ahh got ya! Cheers for clearing that up mate makes sense now ahha

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