Turbocharging problems seem to be among the most elusive for A&Ps to find and fix, at least judging from the feedback we get from aircraft owners. The keys to success include having a thorough understanding of the system, knowing the symptoms that often can be tip-offs to what's wrong, and using a logical troubleshooting strategy. AVweb editor Mike Busch offers all that, plus a step-by-step checklist for diagnosing those turbo gremlins.
By Mike Busch
, This article originally appeared in the December 1998 issue of CESSNA PILOTS ASSOCIATION MAGAZINE. | December 25, 1998