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We are always happy to assist in the diagnosis of suspected turbo problems. It is often an easy process to eliminate other causes of engine problems as well as determine that a turbo is the cause of an issue.

In all instances it is important to find the reason for the damage to the existing turbo before replacing it.

Engine Performance

The following problems can often indicate turbo failure:

  • Engine power loss
  • Black or blue exhaust smoke
  • Increased oil consumption
  • Engine noise
  • Leaking oil

Visual Inspection

An initial visual inspection can reveal the following problems:
  • Compromised air hoses
  • Blocked filters
  • Loose mounting
  • Turbo fractures
  • Burnt compounds and odour
  • Excessive heating

Benchtop Inspection

A benchtop inspection of a dismounted turbo can reveal the following problems:
  • Damaged hoses
  • Leaking seals
  • Broken compressor vanes
  • Blocked valves and actuators
  • Compromised circuitry
  • Clogged air filter
If you can successful diagnose that your turbo is faulty you can either order spares from us, send your turbo in for a rebuild or purchase a re-manufactured turbo unit.


Turbo Developments Limited - Units 9-10 - Churchill House - 114 Windmill Road - Brentford - London - Middlesex - TW8 9NA
Tel: 020 8560 3927 - Fax: 020 8560 3928 - E-mail: turbodevelopment@btconnect.com

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