hey im new to the forum. I got a 88 dodge shelby lancer with a 2.2 TII and i just cant seem to keep the cam seal in the head with out it blowing out at full boost. and just recently there is a rondom hissing coming from some were in the car but it goes away as soon as there is just a lil bit of boost readings on the gauge eny ideas guys? thanks for the help
Welcome to the forum. Check the vac. Lines most likely the noise. Use some carb. Cleaner and spray all the vac connections while running. If theres a hole in a connection the rpm's will spike up for a second
i just replaced the pcv valve today cause i thought that would be the problem but still blew out again. i have never has this issues with eny of my outhe 2.2 turbos but this one has a cam seal cap that was a pain to find one and when i did i bought 6. it has a cold air intake thats aboot it. im planing to pull the motor and giver a full rebuild with forged internals and a new turbo cause mine is pushing oil
hissing can be caused by a lot of things. COuld be vac lines or something as simple as the exhaust. My exhaust "hissed" in the cab when I changed out the muffler and cat back system. Not saying thats the source but its possible.
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