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    Hi,


    I've got a 2004 Astra GSI, and the boost is extremely tempremental (causes a lot of juddery boost). After searching around on here, people have mentioned it could be the piping from the rear BCS, or even the BCS itself.

    I took the car into a local garage, but they were ******** useless and didn't do anything. So any ideas on how to check these pipes/or BCS

    Thanks
    steGSI

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    Disable the rear BCS. Have a search mate
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    Unplug BCS and stick 12 volts across the treminal, it should click instantly.
    To test it properly you need to remove it from the car and rig it up to a vacum pump and re-test.

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