Turbo Care provides turbo repairs and is able to determine the failure diagnosis of turbos, which will save you money.
If the engine does not operate properly, one should not assume that the turbo is the cause of failure. In many cases a turbo is replaced, although the fault is engine-related and not caused by a faulty turbo. It might be that the problem shows up at the turbo, although the turbo is in perfect condition (for example engine blow-by/sump-compression, pushing oil through the oil-return back and forcing oil past the oil-rings of the turbo). In other cases, an engine-fault could damage the turbo, and after replacing the turbo, the engine still needs to be attended to.
In general the following could also play a role in proper functioning of the turbo although it’s not part of the turbo:
- Air-mass meter
- Boost-control sensors
- Pressure regulators
- Engine Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve
- Engine Control Unit (ECU)
Should you require more information on Turbo Care or their turbo repair services, contact us.