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The first step to diagnosing your concern is getting the codes with a scan tool. You most likely have an emission code, since the light comes on then goes off. You have readiness monitors that are performed during drive cycles, and it sounds like you have an intermittent problem.
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The problem is that when the old turbo failed it sent a lot of metal shavings through the motor, those particles will enter the new turbo. They should have drained the oil, and pulled the pan and cleaned. Then flush the engine before putting on the new turbo.
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