Mechanics

TURBO BURSTING

1995 Nissan Serena • 4 cylinder 2WD Automatic • 190,000 miles

Regarding your reply you are right. Is this related to the engine performance which I heard a fuel knocking in the cylinder? Or is there anymore possible causes?
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Ernangel
May 8, 2011.




Please reply to your original post so that the person who attended to you can response when he is notified.

KHLow2008
May 8, 2011.
The device appears to be the compressor bypass. It can be confirmed if it connects to compressor inlet or inlet tube.

Knocking is an indication of a bearing problem. "Pinging" would be insuffecient octane, excessive boost, excessive timing.

As a note, turbo cars REQUIRE a full synthetic oil.
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Mmprince4000
May 8, 2011.

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