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Are you going to try checking yourself? can you smell fuel while idling?
OK you can use a infered temp gun to check for overfueling injectors. Check the temp of each exhaust port on the manifold, the all temps should be close if you have a higher or lower reading on any cylinder the injector is bad. Sometimes you will have to pull back the exhaust manifold and check for a wet or smoking exhaust port But that's for hard to find cases. Injectors can fail at any time even when new. IF you did change the injectors they have a 1 year warranty so it shouldn't cost to replace it.
The turbo chuff is normalish and still being looked into.
During transient vehicle operation, customers may experience abnormal turbocharger noise. Some of the more common descriptions of this turbocharger noise are chuff , cough, bark, sneeze, and surge. Some customers may notice multiple turbocharger noises in succession, while others may notice only one slight noise before the engine immediately sounds normal again.
There is not a standard test to verify this complaint. Do not replace any components on the engine for this complaint.
Then pulling back your exhaust manifold may be the best option to check for a wet port. You can always tell when a port is wet or has been contaminated with fuel.
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