Q: Bmw 2002 320d

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My turbo not kicking in till 3 to 35000 rpm whats wrong with it mate

Hi there. Unfortunately, without knowing more specifics about your BMW and other symptoms you’re experiencing with your car; your guess is as good as ours. In general, when there are boost issues with a turbo, it’s caused by damaged electrical sensors, faulty or worn out turbo blades or an obstruction of fuel. It would be best for you to consult with a BMW specialist to determine what’s going on with your car.

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