Your engine is over-boosting. If the ECM can not control boost
via the turbo vanes, the ECM cuts fuel to reduce engine power.
Once you cycle the key, the ECM again provides boost until it sees
an over-boost condition.
Your turbo vane rod is probably stuck in the "down" position, which
causes rapid spool of the turbo & high boost.
You need to free-up the rod/vanes by working the rod up & down
When the engine is off, the rod is supposed to be extended from
the actuator pod. Once the engine is started, the rod is pulled
down by the actuator.
You need to lift the vehicle and look at the turbo from under the
car, to be able to see the actuator & rod.
Saturday, February 18th, 2012 AT 10:23 PM