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Garrett GT1544V GTA1544V Turbocharger CHRA Cartridge GT151 Turbo Core (740821

Time:2016-06-18 10:22Turbochargers information Click:

gt15 turbo CHRA gt15 Turbo Car

MAKE:            AFTERMARKET

QUALITY :      OE

CONDITION:  NEW BOXED

OE PART No: UNKNOWN

 

 

 

THIS UNIT FITS THE FOLLOWING TURBOS:

740821-0001

740821-0002

750030-0002

753420-0002

753420-0003

753420-0004

753420-0005

762328-0001

762328-0002

 

VEHICLES COMMONLY FITTED WITH THESE TURBOCHARGERS INCLUDE:

Peugeot      307

Peugeot      5008

Citroen        Picasso

Ford            C-Max

Peugeot      3008

Citroen        C5

Peugeot      308

Ford            Focus

Citroen        C3

Ford            Fusion

Citroen        C4

Citroen        Berlingo

Peugeot      407

Peugeot      207

Peugeot      206

Volvo          V50

Volvo          S40

Ford            Mondeo

Citroen        C2

Peugeot      1007

Citroen        Xsara Picasso

Peugeot      5008

Mazda         3

Mini             Cooper

 

PLEASE NOTE:

The 1.6 engine suffers massive issues with carbon build up and without a full strip down of engine and clean it is nearly impossible to remove the carbon build up.  Should this dislodge, it will block the oil feed to the turbocharger and result in a repeat failure. At the very least the below engine work MUST be completed.

 

· TURBO OIL FEED PIPE & BANJO BOLTS MUST BE CHANGED WITH LATEST REPLACEMENT FROM DEALER.

 

· OIL PUMP SHOULD BE REMOVED AND CHECKED.

 

· SUMP MUST BE REMOVED AND OIL STRAINER (PICK UP) SHOULD BE CLEANED / REPLACED BEFORE RE-FITTING NEW TURBO TO REMOVE RESIDUAL CARBON/SLUDGE BUILD UP.

 

· OIL COOLER AND FILTER ASSEMBLY SHOULD BE REMOVED AND CLEANED.

 

· REMOVE CHARGE AIR COOLER, DRAIN OFF ANY OIL INSIDE AND CLEAN THOROUGHLY.

 

· CHECK AND CLEAN ALL INLET AND OUTLET HOSES.

 

. IF CRANK CASE PRESSURE IS PRESENT IN BREATHER PIPES OR/AND IN ROCKER/CAM COVER (NOTICABLE WHEN REMOVING OIL FILLER CAP WITH ENGINE RUNNING) DPF FILTER MUST BE EXAMINED FOR BLOCKAGE *

 

· IF OIL HAS LEAKED FROM PREVIOUSLY DAMAGED TURBO OR ENGINE INTO EXHAUST, CHECK EXHAUST SYSTEM FOR CONTAMINATION/BLOCKAGE (CATALYST, DPF etc.)

 

· REMOVE BRAKE VACUUM PUMP TO CHECK FOR DEBRIS/CARBON AND CLEAN AS NECESSARY.

 

· FIT NEW OIL FILTER AND OIL.

 

· CHECK FUEL INJECTOR GASKETS ARE NOT BURNT OR COMPROMISED. REPLACE AS NECESSARY

 

OIL FLOW MUST BE CHECKED:
1)FIT TURBO TO ENGINE LEAVING OIL RETURN PIPE OFF
2)INSTALL A LONGER OIL RETURN LINE AND FEED INTO SUITABLE CONTAINER
3)START ENGINE AND IDLE FOR 60 SECONDS, THEN SWITCH OFF ENGINE
4)MEASURE VOLUME OF OIL IN CONTAINER
5)60 SECONDS OF IDLE SHOULD PRODUCE AT LEAST 0.3 LITRES OF OIL.
6) REPEAT TEST TWO OR THREE TIMES TO CONFIRM OIL FLOW IS CORRECT
7) DURING THIS TEST, DO NOT ALLOW ENGINE TO RUN BELOW MINIMUM OIL LEVEL!!
8) VEHICLE SHOULD BE DRIVEN 20 to 30 MILES THEN THE OIL/FILTER REPLACED AGAIN.

Even after all the above has been carried out we cannot guarantee all carbon/oil sludge will be removed and you could still suffer a premature turbo failure. In the event of premature failure it is common for the impeller/nose nut to "come off", this is a consequence of a lubrication/turbine shaft failure & NOT a cause of turbo failure.

We feel that due to the possibility of further turbo failures on this engine it is only right to inform you before you fit a replacement turbo for your customer. Currently we are experiencing a 15% failure rate of units we supply for this engine. Please feel free to speak to our engineers or sales team if you would like to discuss this issue further.

Any turbo returned under warranty will be subject to our standard terms and conditions.
We would also like to assure you that this is the only engine we have experienced these failure rates with. We as a company will always inform you of any ongoing issues to allow you to make the right judgement call for what you deem correct for your business.

 

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