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Old 11-22-2012, 01:19 AM   #1
Joe02wrx
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Default boost leak testing: disappearing boost problem

okay so recently i just put a air oil separator on my car and now when i boost leak test my car i have a problem. I should also say that now my idle AF correction is maxed out on learning view from RR but wide open throttle pulls doesnt pull any fueling maybe like two % which is okay.

The Problem: when i boost leak test my car i plug the little hose off the intake manifold that goes to the purge control valve, and i also plug the crankcase breather hose that goes into the into my turbo inlet. when i pressurize the system all air disappears. i do not know where it goes? if i pressurize my system and pull the hose off immediately that i just used to put air in the system no air even comes out.. can somebody point me in the right direction please? i know its long i apologize. could something be up with the idle air control valve where it just releases all the air?
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