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tasturbo86 tasturbo86 is offline
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I would guess that the boost switch is 'normally closed' which means it would show little or no resistance until it triggered and then it opens the circuit. You could just jumper across it to effectively remove it from the puzzle. If the problem goes away, you will need to determine whether the switch is bad or you really have an overboost problem.
I'm 25 miles from my turbo so I can't test what I'm saying right now.
1986 911 turbo - less than 30k miles
Old 06-15-2011, 10:59 AM
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