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    astra gsi turbo pulling back at 2500,3000 revs

    hi does anybody no why my astra mk4 gsi is pulling bk up the revs really doin my head in can anybody help,thanks

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    Moved here for you karl to get a better answer.

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    Under load or accelerating normally?
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    ok cheers lee do you think its sumthin to do with me turbo.

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    No idea.

    Could be a sensor too
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