Many modern cars are equipped with turbo-charged engines because they turbo improve fuel performance and efficiency.
But problems arise. Here are some:
Slower performance — slower acceleration may indicate a Turbo problem.
Motor warning Light: Various motor warning lights that light up the vehicle dashboard are never good news, but include turbocharger failure.
Noises complain: Sometimes, when a turbo starts to fail, it emits a distinctive noise of about 1 000rpm to 1 500rpm that sounds like a drill or siren of a dentist.
Smoke loss: The blue exhaust smoke or grey fumes indicates the oil spill in the exhaust system, which could be caused by Turbo problems as well.
Increased oil consumption: If your car uses more oil, this could be a sign that the Turbo is dripping oil into the engine collector.
How to repair a turbocharger failure
Now that you know the samples of Turbocharger’s failure, let’s give you some ways that you can get your turbo back to your previous Glory? Here are two possible remedies:
1. Clean or replace the turbocharger’s power lines or accessories. Clogs, dirt and other obstacles put a severe shock absorber in power output.
2. Buy a new turbocharger. Preferably, an OEM-Grade turbocharger running as well as your old Turbo, but at a much better price! Better yet, get a Turbo installation kit for a total and complete installation from start to finish.