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i installed my psi-fi intake last night. it boosted to 17 like i had the WGA adjusted to. this morning same thing. then i came home, took off the intake, put on the brackets for the solenoids, and re-installed the intake. after that i went back to work and on the way it boosted off the guage. it has been doing this like crazy now. i cant think of anything. if there was a leak somewhere it would boost low, so do i just need to re-adjust my WGA or what???? this one has me confused.
 

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Check the vacuum line on the back of the turbo. I had the exact same problem and found that the line on the back of the turbo must have been sliced from the factory. It would overboost when I put the new CAI on but when I put the factory intake back on it wouldn't do it. I guess the extra air coming in allowed the problem to show itself.
 

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hey man, same thing just hapened to me, appearently you have to be careful while installing your intake...

take the intake off... it's not that hard... disconnect the battery... be on the driver side of the car, look on the back/side of your cynlinder head. there is going to be a sensor and metal bracket attached to your head. there is a wire that is supposed ot attach to that spade clip. i believe you knocked it off like i did mine cause i had the same exact problem and i just fixed it today.

let the battery be disconnected for atleast 20 to 30 minutes for the ECU to reset. it may spike a little bit may 17psi, but it's just your ECU relearning your fuel map.

check it out i hope it's your problem cause it's an easy fix, i think i was the first person to have this problem so i'm glad i found it cause i tried everything and even went back to stock trying to fix it...
 
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