Could it be my BISS screw , my car idles fine, but then sometimes kills at a stop light.
I disagree...I can understand revving if you can't boost, but when oil is seized, I would not expect your car to be at it's full potentialblackrosenova said:Look pal, I know the turbo is seized, I dont need to know that. Even in neutral the engine seems to be lagging after 3800 rpm, the turbo has nothing to do with it, its just not making boost! The engine should still rev to redline without seeming to be lagging.
Since when do you need a turbo for an engine to run freely past 3800 rpm?
If you honestly have to ask "what would be the harm", in driving a car that has a seized turbo on it. Then wondering why it doesnt run right, I mean no dis-respect but you may want to buy another regal, or just a non-turbo car to get through the winter..blackrosenova said:Unfortanatly yes , let me ask what would be the harm? Its all I have to drive right now, I am not gonna drive my 1981 Buick Regal , which has a small block chevy in it, in a snowy cold winter of Minnesota, id kill myself