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We always recommend finding out why your turbo has failed.
There are many ways a turbocharger fails. Turbos fail for a reason. Always ensure you find the underlying cause for the failure before fitting a new one.
If your turbo has failed, we can strip and assess it. This will give a good indication as to why it failed and how to ensure it doesn’t happen again.
Following a strip and assess, when you order a repair or replacement turbo we will waive our strip and assess fee. We do this because we see diagnosing your turbo failure as vital for the success of your new turbo.
Learn more about turbo failure in our article series.
Turbo Failure - Overspeeding. Series 4 of 5 This month we are talking about turbocharger over-speed, another common cause for turbo failure which we see on a regular basis. With more and more tuning modules and remapping available on the market it’s a lot easier to...
Turbocharger Failure Series.This month we're looking at oil contamination as the cause of failure with your turbocharger. This is a significant issue we see quite regularly - typically where vehicles have not been serviced correctly and/or wrong grades of oil have...
BLOCKED DPF – Part two on our series for failed turbos covers blocked Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) and the damage these can do to your turbo. Recently we have seen an influx of damaged turbos caused by blocked DPFs.
FOREIGN OBJECT DAMAGE – A foreign object is simply any object that enters the turbocharger through the air inlet or exhaust inlet. When a foreign object enters the turbocharger, it’s performance will be affected.