Blog, Car Repair and Servicing, Case Studies, Volkswagen Case StudiesVolkswagen Case Study 53: Scirocco Supercharge Hose replacement Posted on February 22, 2022February 22, 2022 by admin 22 Feb Nailing a smoking Supercharge Hose issue. Volkswagen Scirocco smoke evaporating from the engine is disturbing and scary. Mr. Quek sends in his Volkswagen Scirocco getting worried with the smoke coming out from his engine. The Volkswagen Scirocco is elevated for a thorough inspection for the cause of smoke vapor emitting from the engine bay. Running the VCDS Fault Code Scan revealed issues with the Boost Pressure and incorrect emission flow. Further probe revealed mulfunction in the Turbocharger Bypass Control Circuit unit. Visual inspection found coolant leak from the left Supercharge Hose. Coolant leak also occurred from the Right Supercharge hose. Dismantling and replacing new Supercharged hose. The source of the leak was traced to the supercharge hose after removing the air hose. There was no cause for alarm with the leaked supercharged hose was safely replaced. The VW Scirocco is celebrated with a refreshing complimentary car wash and interior detailing. admin It’s a grateful Tuesday! This hunky BMW X3 is now protected!