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Default Getting a fault code - 06-24-2020, 10:18 AM

Was on map 2 with all correct settings and gas and heard my car make a pop noise. A bunch of lights came on on the dash and my turbo wont spoil anymore. Anyone else have this happen?

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Default 06-26-2020, 06:43 AM

HI. IM NOT AN EXPERT BUT I HAD A SIMILAR SITUATION SEVERAL MONTH AGO ,I DONT THINK THAT YOU BROKE THE TURBO SEEM LIHE YOU HAVE AN OVER BOOST ,YOU MUST INCREASE THE BOOST FAILSASE PSI IF YOU HAVE 22 INCREASE TO 24 THAT WAS THAT I DID AND I RESOLVE THIS SITUATION
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Default 06-26-2020, 10:33 AM

First I've heard of a turbo failure on the platform but running higher boost levels does increase risk, especially if there was a weak point from the factory.

Sure you didn't blow off a chargepipe? If a turbo fails you'll have tons of smoke out the exhaust usually.


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HI. IM NOT AN EXPERT BUT I HAD A SIMILAR SITUATION SEVERAL MONTH AGO ,I DONT THINK THAT YOU BROKE THE TURBO SEEM LIHE YOU HAVE AN OVER BOOST ,YOU MUST INCREASE THE BOOST FAILSASE PSI IF YOU HAVE 22 INCREASE TO 24 THAT WAS THAT I DID AND I RESOLVE THIS SITUATION
Yeah the turbo still works but it happened again on map 2 on the highway. All the lights came on and i have the code 0234. How do i go about increasing the failsafe psi?
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First I've heard of a turbo failure on the platform but running higher boost levels does increase risk, especially if there was a weak point from the factory.

Sure you didn't blow off a chargepipe? If a turbo fails you'll have tons of smoke out the exhaust usually.
Came to the conclusion from driving it that the turbo is working and the lights turns off that time. But it happened again on map 2 and im getting the code 0234. Do I need to change something in the setting to fix this problem? Or do you think its a mechanical issue with the wastegate?
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That fault is from boost being too high from the ECU perspective. Have a log of it coming up?


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That fault is from boost being too high from the ECU perspective. Have a log of it coming up?
The first one I was accidentally on map 7 when it happened so i can see why, but I was only on map 2 the second time.
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Would need the CSV not a photo


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Would need the CSV not a photo
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terry@burgertuning.com or post the CSV here


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