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    turbo

    Should you be able to feel the turbo kick in or is it working all the time?
    I drive a astra 2.0dti

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    You should get a good kick in the back at 1500rpm - enough to light the tyres in 1st. If not, there's something wrong.
    2007 Metro Blue 5 door Mk5 Elite 1.7CDTI
    6th Vauxhall (4th Astra) in 10 years...plus a couple of other sheds...

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    hi zs,
    no that doesnt happen, what could be wrong, any ideas?

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    it will only kick in when engine is warmed.. normally takes few minutes..

    kicks in about 2000rpm ish.. give or take..

    check at diagnoistcs place for errors in ecu.

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