Special Offers

Special Offers

Welcome to Essex Turbo’s Specials Page. Essex Turbo is a turbo supplier of exchange turbochargers regardless of the type: new turbo, remanufactured turbo (reconditioned turbo). We hold a huge range of turbos for all the popular passenger car manufacturers including Audi, BMW, Citroen, Ford, Mercedes, Peugeot, Renault, Vauxhall, and VW.

Mercedes 3.0 CDI Engine (221HP) – 765155-5007S (A6420900280)
Fitted to: Chrysler CRD, Jeep CRD & Mercedes CDI

Mercedes 3.0 CDI (221HP) Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 765155-5007S (A6420900280)

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and incorporates an electronic actuator. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Vehicle Models Fitted to: Chrysler 300C CRD, Jeep Grand Cherokee CRD, Mercedes C320 CDI, Mercedes CLS 320 CDI, Mercedes CLK 320 CDI, Mercedes E280 CDI, Mercedes E320 CDI, Mercedes ML280 CDI, Mercedes ML320 CDI, Mercedes R280 CDI, and Mercedes R320 CDI

Common Reason for failure

The common Reason for failure is a carbon build up around the variable vanes assembly which restricts the movement of the actuator arm. This carbon build up around the variable vanes is commonly referred to as suffering with ‘sticky vanes’ (‘sticky vanes’ are sometimes referred to by customers as ‘sticky veins!’). This restriction can cause the turbo to experience boost pressure issues and can result in the vehicle being put into ‘limp mode’ (limp home mode) by the engine management system to try to prevent further damage to the vehicle. Sometimes the first thing the driver can experience is the ‘glow plug light’ coming on and intermittent power loss.

Call us at Essex Turbo on 01376 503350 to order one of these Exchange Turbos (while stocks last…)

Turbo Part No.
765155-5007S
765155-5004S
765155-0007
765155-0004
757608-0001
743507-0009
OEM Part No.
A6420900280
A6420901480
A6420900780
A6420904780
A6420905980
A6420902980
A68037207AA
A6420906980
Special Price: Please Call for Price

BMW 525d / 530d / 730d Turbo – 758351-5024S (11657794260)
Fitted to: BMW 530d 3.0L D, BMW 730d 3.0L D & BMW 525d 3.0L D
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BMW Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 758351-5024S – 11657794260

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and incorporates an electronic actuator. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown above maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo. These include:

Note: The BMW turbo photos are examples of model type

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their BMW turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger shown in the picture above but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are often as a result of a blocked engine breather assembly.

Why?

The engine breather assembly found on top of the rocker / cam cover commonly get congested / blocked causing the engine to breathe heavily. This congestion then causes increased crank case pressure which creates an increased back pressure in the sump forcing the oil back up the oil return pipe to the turbo. Over a period of time this escaping oil can build up carbon around the variable vane assembly restricting their movement (i.e. sticky vanes). This restriction affects the operation of the electronic actuator generating the fault codes picked up on the diagnostic test mentioned above.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo and generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

Call us at Essex Turbo on 01376 503350 to order one of these Exchange Turbos (while stocks last…)

Turbo Part No.
758351-5024S
758351-5022S
758351-5020S
758351-0024
758351-0022
758351-0020
758351-0019
758351-0017
758351-0015
758351-0013
758351-0009
758351-0005
758351-0003
OEM Part No.
11657794260
11657794259
11657794260O14
11657794260Q16
11657794260R17
11657794259O14
11657794259F
11657794259K10
11657794259L
11657794259M12
11657794259N13
7794260
7794260O14
7794260Q16
7794260R17
A7794260014
7794260014
7794259O14
7794259K10
7794259H
A7794259H
7794259F
7794259L
7794259M12
7794259N13
Special Price: Please Call for Price

BMW 320d / 520d / X3 Turbo – 762965-5020S (11657794022)
Fitted to: BMW 320d 2.0L D, BMW 520d 2.0L D; BMW X3 2.0L D
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BMW Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 762965-5020S – 11657794022

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and alternative versions of the part numbers shown above maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo. These include:

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their BMW turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger shown in the picture above but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are often as a result of a blocked engine breather assembly.

Why?

The engine breather assembly found on top of the rocker / cam cover commonly get congested / blocked causing the engine to breathe heavily. This congestion then causes increased crank case pressure which creates an increased back pressure in the sump forcing the oil back up the oil return pipe to the turbo. Over a period of time this escaping oil can build up carbon around the variable vane assembly restricting their movement (i.e. sticky vanes). This restriction affects the operation of the electronic actuator generating the fault codes picked up on the diagnostic test mentioned above.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo and generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

Call us at Essex Turbo on 01376 503350 to order one of these Exchange Turbos (while stocks last…)

Turbo Part No.
762965-5020S
762965-5017S
762965-5008S
762965-0009
762965-0008
762965-0007
762965-0003
762965-0002
762965-0001
762965-9
762965-8
762965-7
762965-3
762965-2
762965-1
762965
763091-4
763091-0004
763091
OEM Part No.
11657794022
11657794021
11657794020
11657794022G
11657794021G
11657794020F
11657794020G
11657794022H07
11657794021H07
11657794021K10
11657794020H07
7794022H07
7794021H07
7794020H07
7794021K10
7794020F
7794022G
7794021G
7794020G
7794022
7794021
7794020
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BMW 320d Turbo / BMW 120d Turbo – 49135-05671 (11657795499)
Fitted to: BMW 320d 2.0L D & BMW 120d 2.0L D
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BMW Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 49135-05671 – 7795499K10

(Genuine Mitsubishi Part)

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their BMW turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger shown in the picture above but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle and this type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are often as a result of a blocked engine breather assembly.

Why?

The engine breather assembly found on top of the rocker / cam cover commonly get congested / blocked causing the engine to breathe heavily. This congestion then causes increased crank case pressure which creates an increased back pressure in the sump forcing the oil back up the oil return pipe to the turbo. Over a period of time this escaping oil can build up carbon around the variable vane assembly restricting their movement (i.e. sticky vanes). This restriction affects the operation of the electronic actuator generating the fault codes picked up on the diagnostic test mentioned above.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo and generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

Call us at Essex Turbo on 01376 503350 to order one of these Exchange Turbos (while stocks last…)

Turbo Part No.
49135-05671
49135-05670
49135-05660
49135-05651
49135-05650
49135-05641
49135-05640
49135-05620
49135-05610
OEM Part No.
11657795499
11654716166
11657795498
1165779549807
1165779549907
11657795498D704
11657795498J09
11657795498K10
11657795499K10
4716166
7795498
7795499
779549807
779549907
7795498D704
7795498J09
7795498K10
7795499K10
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BMW 120d / BMW 320d / BMW 520d / BMW X3 Turbo – 49135-05895 (11658506894)
Fitted to: BMW 120d 2.0L D, BMW 320d 2.0L D, BMW 520d 2.0L D & BMW X3 2.0L D
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BMW Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 49135-05895 – 7797781

(Genuine Mitsubishi Part)

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their BMW turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger shown in the picture above but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are often as a result of a blocked engine breather assembly.

Why?

The engine breather assembly found on top of the rocker / cam cover commonly get congested / blocked causing the engine to breathe heavily. This can happen if it is not changed regularly enough. This congestion then causes increased crank case pressure which creates an increased back pressure in the sump forcing the oil back up the oil return pipe to the turbo. Over a period of time this escaping oil can build up carbon around the variable vane assembly restricting their movement (i.e. sticky vanes). This restriction affects the operation of the electronic actuator generating the fault codes picked up on the diagnostic tests mentioned above.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo and generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

Call us at Essex Turbo on 01376 503350 to order one of these Exchange Turbos (while stocks last…)

Turbo Part No.
49135-05895
49135-05885
49135-05880
49135-05870
49135-05850
49135-05840
49135-05830
OEM Part No.
1165850689101
850689101
11658506894
8506894
11658506892
8506892
11657810203
7810203
11657808478
7808478
11657797782
7797782
11657797781
7797781
11657440240
7440240
11654727470
4727470
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BMW 530d / 730d / X5 Turbo – 742730-5018S (11657790308)
Fitted to: BMW 530d 3.0L D, BMW 730d 3.0L D & BMW X5 3.0L D
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BMW Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 742730-5018S – 11657790308

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their BMW turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger shown in the picture above but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are often as a result of a blocked engine breather assembly.

Why?

The engine breather assembly found on top of the rocker / cam cover commonly get congested / blocked causing the engine to breathe heavily. This congestion then causes increased crank case pressure which creates an increased back pressure in the sump forcing the oil back up the oil return pipe to the turbo. Over a period of time this escaping oil can build up carbon around the variable vane assembly restricting their movement (i.e. sticky vanes). This restriction affects the operation of the electronic actuator generating the fault codes picked up on the diagnostic test mentioned above.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo and generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

Call us at Essex Turbo on 01376 503350 to order one of these Exchange Turbos (while stocks last…)

Turbo Part No.
742730-0001
742730-0003
742730-0004
742730-0007
742730-0013
742730-0015
742730-5003S
742730-5015S
742730-5018S
OEM Part No.
7790306G
7790306J
7790306L
7790308G
7790308L
7790308N
11657790306G
11657790306J
11657790306L
11657790308G
11657790308L
11657790308N
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Mercedes 2.2 CDI Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 742693-5003S (A6460900180)
Fitted to: Mercedes C220 CDI, Mercedes E220 CDI
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2.2 CDI Mercedes Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 742693-5003S – A6460900180

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Common Reason for failure

The common Reason for failure is a carbon build up around the variable vanes assembly which restricts the movement of the actuator arm. This carbon build up around the variable vanes is commonly referred to as suffering with ‘sticky vanes’ (‘sticky vanes’ are sometimes referred to by customers as ‘sticky veins!’). This restriction can cause the turbo to experience boost pressure issues and can result in the vehicle being put into ‘limp mode’ (limp home mode) by the engine management system to try to prevent further damage to the vehicle. Sometimes the first thing the driver can experience is the ‘glow plug light’ coming on and intermittent power loss.

Call us at Essex Turbo on 01376 503350 to order one of these Exchange Turbos (while stocks last…)

Turbo Part No.
742693-0001
742693-0002
742693-0003
742693-5002S
742693-5003S
OEM Part No.
A6460900180
A6460960399
Special Price: Please Call for Price

Vauxhall 1.9 CDTi Turbo 120HP – 767835-5003S (55205474)
Fitted to: Fiat JTD & Vauxhall CDTi

1.9L D Vauxhall Engine 120HP Turbo – 767835-5003S (55205474)

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

This is a VNT turbocharger manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and hasa standard vacuum controlled actuator. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Engine Code: Z19DTH/Z19DTJ 1.9JTD (8 Valve) Euro 4

Models the turbo is fitted to include:
Fiat Croma 1.9 JTD 120, Fiat Stilo 1.9 JTD 120, Vauxhall Astra 1.9 CDTi 120, Vauxhall Signum 1.9 CDTI 120, Vauxhall Vectra 1.9 CDTi 120, Vauxhall Zafira 1.9 CDTi 120

Common Reason for failure

The common reason for failure associated with this turbocharger is foreign object damage to the the air intake side of the turbo (compressor side). The tell-tale sign is loud noises such as whistling. If foreign object damage occurs on the compressor wheel blades it is advisable to follow measures shown below in order to prevent a reoccurrence of the same type of damage:

– Check the air filter element as well as the air filter housing plus the intake hoses for dirt and damage.
– Check the entire intercooler system for foreign bodies, broken or rough parts and clean the system. (It is recommended to replace the intercooler if it is not operating correctly).

Call us at Essex Turbo on 01376 503350 to order one of these Exchange Turbos (while stocks last…)

Turbo Part No.
767835-5003S
767835-5001S
767835-5001
767835-0003
767835-0001
755373-5001S
755373-5001
755373-0001
755042-9003S
755042-5003S
755042-5003
755042-5002S
755042-5002
755042-5001S
755042-5001
755042-0003
755042-0002
755042-0001
752814-5001S
752814-5001
752814-0001
740080-5002S
740080-5002
740080-5001S
740080-5001
740080-0002
740080-0001
767835-3
767835-1
755373-1
755042-3
755042-2
755042-1
752814-1
740080-2
740080-1
OEM Part No.
55205474
55205179
55196858
55196767
55196765
55195787
55193105
55190871
55188334
93192073
93184790
93183987
93183681
93178697
93169105
5860031
5860014
860129
860074
860073
860068
R1630030
Special Price: Please Call for Price

Ford/Jaguar 2.2L D 155HP Engine – 758226-5010S (6Q7S6K682AD)
Fitted to: Ford Mondeo 2.2 TDCi & Jaguar X-Type 2.2D

2.2L D Ford Engine 155HP Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 758226-5010S (6Q7S6K682AD)

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and incorporates an electronic actuator. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Engine Code: QJBA/QJBB Puma Engine

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger as shown in the photos but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are nearly always associated with issues inside the exhaust side of the turbocharger.

The common Reason for failure is a carbon build up around the variable vanes assembly which restricts the movement of the actuator arm. This carbon build up around the variable vanes is commonly referred to as suffering with ‘sticky vanes’ (‘sticky vanes’ are sometimes referred to by customers as ‘sticky veins!’). This restriction can cause the turbo to experience boost pressure issues and can result in the vehicle being put into ‘limp mode’ (limp home mode) by the engine management system to try to prevent further damage to the vehicle. Sometimes the first thing the driver can experience is the ‘glow plug light’ coming on and intermittent power loss.

Call us at Essex Turbo on 01376 503350 to order one of these Exchange Turbos (while stocks last…)

Turbo Part No.
758226-5010S
758226-5008S
758226-0010
758226-0008
758226-0004
OEM Part No.
6S7Q6K682AD
6S7Q6K682AF
6S7Q6K682AG
02C2S51563
1548960
1383649
JDE4959
JDE4644
15023 Barcode
Special Price: Please Call for Price

BMW X5 3.0L D Turbo 218HP – 753392-5018S (11657791046)
Fitted to: BMW X5 3.0L D

3.0L D BMW X5 engine 218HP Turbo – 753392-5018S (11657791046)

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

This is a VNT turbocharger manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and incorporates a vacuum actuator. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Engine Code: M57TU E53 – M57N (E53 Body Style)

Common Reason for failure

Most common reason for failure on this BMW engine is a blocked engine breather assembly (also referenced as an oil separator).

Why?

The engine breather assembly found on top of the rocker / cam cover commonly get congested / blocked causing the engine to breathe heavily. This congestion then causes increased crank case pressure which creates an increased back pressure in the sump forcing the oil back up the oil return pipe to the turbo. Over a period of time this escaping oil can build up carbon around the variable vane assembly restricting their movement (i.e. sticky vanes). This restriction affects the operation of the actuator generating the fault codes picked up on the diagnostic test mentioned above.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo but generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

Call us at Essex Turbo on 01376 503350 to order one of these Exchange Turbos (while stocks last…)

Turbo Part No.
753392-5018S
753392-5015S
753392-5009S
753392-5003S
753392-0018
753392-0015
753392-0009
753392-0006
753392-0003
753392-0001
742417-0001
753392-18
753392-15
753392-9
753392-6
753392-3
753392-1
742417-1
OEM Part No.
11657791046
11657791044
11657791044E
11657791044F
11657791044M09
11657791046F
11657791046K
7791046M09
7791046K
7791046F
7791045M09
7791044M09
7791044F
7791044E
Special Price: Please Call for Price

Renault 1.9 dci Turbo 105HP – 751768-5004S (8200683854)
Fitted to: Mitsubishi Di-D, Nissan dCi, Renault dCi, Vauxhall dTi & Volvo car manufacturers

1.9L D Renault Engine 105HP Turbo – 751768-5004S (8200683854)

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and has a standard pressure actuator. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Engine Code: F9Q – F9Q732/F9Q733/F9Q718/F9Q760/F9Q782/F9Q786/D4192T4

The models it is fitted to include:
Mitsubishi Carisma 1.9 Di-D, Nissan Primastar 1.9 dCi, Renault Clio 1.9 dTi, Renault Kangoo 1.9 dCi, Renault Laguna 1.9 dCi, Renault Master 1.9 dCi, Renault Megane 1.9 dCi, Renault Scenic 1.9 dCi, Renault Trafic 1.9 dCi, Vauxhall Movano 1.9 dTi, Vauxhall Vivaro 1.9 dCi, Volvo S40 1.9D , Volvo V40 1.9D

Common Reason for failure

The common reason for failure associated with this turbocharger is foreign object damage to the the air intake side of the turbo (compressor side). The tell-tale sign is loud noises such as whistling. If foreign object damage occurs on the compressor wheel blades it is advisable to follow measures shown below in order to prevent a reoccurrence of the same type of damage:

– Check the air filter element as well as the air filter housing plus the intake hoses for dirt and damage.
– Check the entire intercooler system for foreign bodies, broken or rough parts and clean the system. (It is recommended to replace the intercooler if it is not operating correctly).

Call us at Essex Turbo on 01376 503350 to order one of these Exchange Turbos (while stocks last…)

Turbo Part No.
751768-5004S
751768-5003S
751768-5002S
751768-5001S
751768-0004
751768-0003
751768-0002
751768-0001
717345-5002S
717345-5001S
717345-0002
717345-0001
703245-5002S
703245-5001S
703245-0002
703245-0001
OEM Part No.
8200683854
8200544911
8200458162
8200348244
8200108052
7711497500
7711497142
7711134299
7701478022
7701474358
7701472228
7700108052
7700105102C
8200091350A
8200091350B
93160135
86002418
36002418
30620721
8602271
5860004
4409975
14411-00QAA
14411-00Q0A
1441100QAA
1441100Q0A
MW30620721
MW31216381
R1630019
Special Price: Please Call for Price

BMW 525d Turbo 174HP – 750080-5018S (11657791758K)
Fitted to: BMW 525d 2.5L D
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2.5L D BMW 525d Engine 174HP Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 750080-5018S (11657791758K)

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and alternative versions of the part numbers shown above maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo. These include:

Engine Code: M57TU (E60/61 Body Style)

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their BMW turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger shown in the picture above but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are often as a result of a blocked engine breather assembly.

Why?

The engine breather assembly found on top of the rocker / cam cover commonly get congested / blocked causing the engine to breathe heavily. This congestion then causes increased crank case pressure which creates an increased back pressure in the sump forcing the oil back up the oil return pipe to the turbo. Over a period of time this escaping oil can build up carbon around the variable vane assembly restricting their movement (i.e. sticky vanes). This restriction affects the operation of the electronic actuator generating the fault codes picked up on the diagnostic test mentioned above.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo and generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

Call us at Essex Turbo on 01376 503350 to order one of these Exchange Turbos (while stocks last…)

Turbo Part No.
750080-5018S
750080-0018
750080-0016
750080-0015
750080-0013
750080-0007
750080-0001
OEM Part No.
11657791758
11657791709
11657791758K
11657791758I
11657791758G
11657791709K
11657791709I
11657791709H
11657791709G
11657791709E
7791758
7791709
Special Price: Please Call for Price

BMW 320d Turbo 150HP – 731877-5010S (11657790994)
Fitted to: BMW 320d 2.0L D
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2.0L D BMW 320d Engine 150HP Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 731877-5010S (11657790994)

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and alternative versions of the part numbers shown above maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo. These include:

Engine Code: M47TUD20 Euro 4 (E46 Body Style)

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their BMW turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger shown in the picture above but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are often as a result of a blocked engine breather assembly.

Why?

The engine breather assembly found on top of the rocker / cam cover commonly get congested / blocked causing the engine to breathe heavily. This congestion then causes increased crank case pressure which creates an increased back pressure in the sump forcing the oil back up the oil return pipe to the turbo. Over a period of time this escaping oil can build up carbon around the variable vane assembly restricting their movement (i.e. sticky vanes). This restriction affects the operation of the electronic actuator generating the fault codes picked up on the diagnostic test mentioned above.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo and generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

Call us at Essex Turbo on 01376 503350 to order one of these Exchange Turbos (while stocks last…)

Turbo Part No.
731877-5010S
731877-5009S
731877-5006S
731877-0010
731877-0009
731877-0007
731877-0006
731877-0004
731877-0003
731877-0001
OEM Part No.
11657790994
11657790992
11657790994I
11657790994H
11657790992I
11657790992H
11657790992C
116577909921
7790994
7790992
7790994I
7790994H
7790992I
7790992H
7790992D
7790992C
77909921
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BMW 118d / BMW 318d Turbo 122HP– 49135-05761 (11657795497)
Fitted to: BMW 118d 2.0L D & BMW 318d 2.0L D
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2.0L D BMW Engine 122HP Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 49135-05761 (11657795497)

(Genuine Mitsubishi Part)

The turbo is manufactured by Mitsubishi and incorporates an electronic actuator. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown here maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their BMW turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger shown in the picture above but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle and this type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are often as a result of a blocked engine breather assembly.

Why?

The engine breather assembly found on top of the rocker / cam cover commonly get congested / blocked causing the engine to breathe heavily. This congestion then causes increased crank case pressure which creates an increased back pressure in the sump forcing the oil back up the oil return pipe to the turbo. Over a period of time this escaping oil can build up carbon around the variable vane assembly restricting their movement (i.e. sticky vanes). This restriction affects the operation of the electronic actuator generating the fault codes picked up on the diagnostic test mentioned above.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo and generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

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Turbo Part No.
49135-05761
49135-05760
49135-05730
49135-05720
49135-05710
OEM Part No.
11657795798
11657795497
11657795496
11654716165
11657795798F
7795798F
7795798-F/06
7795798
7795497
7795496
4716165
B051215107
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Ford Transit 2.2 TDCI Turbo – 49131-05313 (6C1Q6K682CE)
Fitted to: Ford Transit 2.2 TDCI

2.0 TDCI Ford Transit Turbo – 49131-05313 (6C1Q6K682CE)

(Genuine Mitsubishi Turbo)

The turbo is manufactured by Mitsubishi. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Note: The Ford turbo photos are examples of model type

Common Reason for failure

A common reason for failure is a lack of oil supply to the turbo. A reduced oil supply results in the moving parts wearing against each other resulting in a loss of rotational stability.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo and generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

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Turbo Part No.
49131-05313
49S31-05313
49131-05312
49131-05310
4913105313
49S3105313
4913105312
4913105310
OEM Part No.
6C1Q6K682CD
6C1Q6K682CE
1449556
1567327
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Ford 2.0 TDCi Turbo 140HP – 760774-5005S (3M5Q6K682CD)
Fitted to: Ford C-Max, Ford Focus, Ford Kuga, Ford Mondeo, Volvo C30, Volvo S40, Volvo V50

2.0L D Ford Engine 140HP Turbo with Electronic Positioning Sensor – 760774-5005S (3M5Q6K682CD)

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and incorporates an electronic positioning sensor as part of the actuator. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Engine Code: DW10 BTED 4S – DW10BTED4S

Fitted to: Ford C-Max 2.0 TDCi, Ford Focus 2.0 TDCi, Ford Focus C-Max 2.0 TDCi, Ford Kuga 2.0 TDCi, Ford Mondeo 2.0 TDCi, Volvo C30 2.0D, Volvo S40 2.0D, Volvo V50 2.0D

Note: The Ford turbo photos are examples of model type

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger as shown in the photos but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are nearly always associated with issues.

The common reason for failure is a carbon build up around the variable vanes assembly which are situated inside the exhaust housing of the turbo. This build up restricts the movement of the linking mechanism to the actuator arm. This carbon build up around the variable vanes is commonly referred to as suffering with ‘sticky vanes’ (‘sticky vanes’ are sometimes referred to by customers as ‘sticky veins!’). This restriction can cause the turbo to experience boost pressure issues and can result in the vehicle being put into ‘limp mode’ (limp home mode) by the engine management system to try to prevent further damage to the vehicle. Sometimes the first thing the driver can experience is the ‘glow plug light’ coming on and intermittent power loss.

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Turbo Part No.
760774-5005S
760774-5003S
760774-0003
753847-5002S
753847-0006
753847-0002
728768-0005
728768-0004
OEM Part No.
3M5Q6K682CD
3M5Q6K682CC
3M5Q6K682CB
3M5Q6K682CA
3M5Q6K682BB
3M5Q6K682BA
9662464980
9659667380
9658728580
9654931780
9654262180
1706184
1590093
1483819
1406472
1331247
1327582
1231955
36002265
30725134
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Vauxhall 1.7 CDTi Turbo 101HP – 49131-06007 (860070)
Fitted to: Vauxhall Astra CDTi, Vauxhall Combo CDTi, Vauxhall Corsa CDTi, Vauxhall Meriva CDTi

1.7L D Vauxhall Engine 101HP Turbo – 49131-06007 (860070)

(Genuine Mitsubishi Turbo)

This is a VNT turbocharger manufactured by Mitsubishi and incorporates a standard vacuum controlled actuator. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Engine Code: Z17DTH (Isuzu Engine)

The turbo is fitted to the following 1.7 CDTi 101HP models:
Vauxhall Astra 1.7 CDTi, Vauxhall Combo 1.7 CDTi, Vauxhall Corsa 1.7 CDTi, Vauxhall Meriva 1.7 CDTi

Note: The Vauxhall turbo photos are examples of model type

Common Reason for failure

A common reason for failure on this turbocharger is foreign object damage to the impellor blades on either side of the turbo. Both the air intake side of the turbo (compressor side) and the engine side of the turbo (Exhaust side) sustain blade damage from foreign objects. The tell-tale sign is a loud noise such as whistling as the car accelerates.

If foreign object damage has been sustain to the compressor wheel blades on the air intake side of the turbo it is advisable to follow measures shown below in order to prevent a reoccurrence of the same type of damage:

– Check the air filter element as well as the air filter housing plus the intake hoses for dirt and damage.
– Check the entire intercooler system for foreign bodies, broken or rough parts and clean the system. (It is recommended to replace the intercooler if it is not operating correctly).

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Turbo Part No.
49131-06007
49131-06006
49131-06004
49131-06003
OEM Part No.
860070
860128
860147
93169104
97300092
98102364
8973000923
8973000925
8973000926
8981023640
R1630029
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BMW X5 2.9L D Turbo 184HP – 700935-5003S (11657785993)
Fitted to: BMW X5 2.9L D

2.9L D BMW X5 engine 184HP Turbo – 700935-5003S (11657785993)

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

This is a VNT turbocharger manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and incorporates a vacuum actuator. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Note: The BMW turbo photos are examples of model type

Common Reason for failure

Most common reason for failure on this BMW engine is a blocked engine breather assembly (also referenced as an oil separator).

Why?

The engine breather assembly found on top of the rocker / cam cover commonly get congested / blocked causing the engine to breathe heavily. This congestion then causes increased crank case pressure which creates an increased back pressure in the sump forcing the oil back up the oil return pipe to the turbo. Over a period of time this escaping oil can build up carbon around the variable vane assembly restricting their movement (i.e. sticky vanes). This restriction affects the operation of the actuator generating the fault codes picked up on the diagnostic test mentioned above.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo but generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

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Turbo Part No.
700935-5006S
700935-5003S
700935-5004S
700935-5001S
700935-0006
700935-0004
700935-0003
700935-0002
700935-0001
700935-6
700935-4
700935-3
700935-2
700935-1
OEM Part No.
11657785993
11657785991
11657785993B
11657785991B
11657785993C03
11657785991C03
7785993B
7785991B
7785993C03
7785991C03
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Ford 1.8 TDCi Turbo 115HP – 763647-5021S (6Q7S6K682AD)
Fitted to: Ford Focus 1.8 TDCi, Ford Mondeo 1.8 TDCi, Ford S-Max 1.8 TDCi

1.8L D Ford Engine 115HP Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 763647-5021S (6Q7S6K682AD)

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

Engine Code: CLYNX/KKDA DuraTorq Lynx Euro 4

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and incorporates an electronic actuator. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Note: The Ford turbo photos are examples of model type

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger as shown in the photos but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are nearly always associated with issues inside the exhaust side of the turbocharger.

The common Reason for failure is a carbon build up around the variable vanes assembly which restricts the movement of the actuator arm. This carbon build up around the variable vanes is commonly referred to as suffering with ‘sticky vanes’ (‘sticky vanes’ are sometimes referred to by customers as ‘sticky veins!’). This restriction can cause the turbo to experience boost pressure issues and can result in the vehicle being put into ‘limp mode’ (limp home mode) by the engine management system to try to prevent further damage to the vehicle. Sometimes the first thing the driver can experience is the ‘glow plug light’ coming on and intermittent power loss.

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Turbo Part No.
763647-5021S
763647-5019S
763647-5014S
763647-0021
763647-0019
763647-0014
OEM Part No.
7G9Q6K682BA
7G9Q6K682BB
7G9Q6K682BC
7G9Q6K682BD
1567329
1464596
1478634
1521485
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Ford / Land Rover 2.4 TDCi Turbo 140HP – 752610-5032S (6C1Q6K682EF / LR012858)
Fitted to: Ford Transit 2.4 TDCi & Land Rover Defender 2.4D
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2.4L D Ford / Land Rover Engine 140HP Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 752610-5032S (6C1Q6K682EF / LR012858)
(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and incorporates an electronic actuator. Alternative versions of the part number may be found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo. Examples are include here:

Engine Code: DuraTorq Puma Front Wheel Drive

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger as shown in the photos but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are nearly always associated with issues inside the exhaust side of the turbocharger.

The common Reason for failure is a carbon build up around the variable vanes assembly which are situated inside the exhaust housing of the turbo. This build up restricts the movement of the linking mechanism to the actuator arm. This carbon build up around the variable vanes is commonly referred to as suffering with ‘sticky vanes’ (‘sticky vanes’ are sometimes referred to by customers as ‘sticky veins!’). This restriction can cause the turbo to experience boost pressure issues and can result in the vehicle being put into ‘limp mode’ (limp home mode) by the engine management system to try to prevent further damage to the vehicle. Sometimes the first thing the driver can experience is the ‘glow plug light’ coming on and intermittent power loss.

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Turbo Part No.
752610-5032S
752610-5025S
752610-5015S
752610-5010S
752610-5009S
752610-0032
752610-0029
752610-0025
752610-0015
752610-0012
752610-0010
752610-0009
OEM Part No.
6C1Q6K682FA
6C1Q6K682EN
6C1Q6K682EM
6C1Q6K682EL
6C1Q6K682EK
6C1Q6K682EJ
6C1Q6K682EH
6C1Q6K682EF
6C1Q6K682EE
1435057
1456075
1497698
1521490
1669557
1686389
LR004821
LR005900
LR006869
LR008203
LR010138
LR012858
LR018396
LR018497
LR021013
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VW/Audi 2.0 TDI Turbo 140HP – 5440-988-0021 (BV40-21) – 03L253056T
Fitted to: Audi 2.0 TDI, Seat 2.0 TDI, Skoda 2.0 TDI and VW 2.0 TDI
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2.0 TDI VW/Audi Engine Turbo with Electronic Positioning Sensor – 5440-988-0021 (BV40-21) – 03L253056T

(Genuine Borg Warner Part)

The turbocharger is manufactured by Borg Warner and incorporates an electronic positioning sensor as part of the actuator. Alternative versions of the part number may be found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo. Examples are shown here include.

The turbo is fitted to the following 2.0 TDI 140HP models:
Audi A3 2.0 TDi, Audi Q3 2.0 TDi, Seat Alhambra 2.0 TDi, Seat Altea 2.0 TDi, Skoda Octavia 2.0 TDi, Skoda, Superb 2.0 TDi, Skoda Yeti 2.0 TDi 140, VW Caddy 2.0 TDi, VW CC 2.0 TDi, VW Eos 2.0 TDi, VW Golf 2.0 TDi, VW Jetta 2.0 TDi, VW Passat 2.0 TDi, VW Sharan 2.0 TDi, VW Tiguan 2.0 TDi, VW Touran 2.0 TDi.

Engine codes: CFHA / CFHD / CFHC / CLCB TDCI-CR PQ35

Common Reason for failure

The common Reason for failure is a carbon build up around the variable vanes assembly which restricts the movement of the actuator arm. This carbon build up around the variable vanes is commonly referred to as suffering with ‘sticky vanes’ (‘sticky vanes’ are sometimes referred to by customers as ‘sticky veins!’). This restriction can cause the turbo to experience boost pressure issues and can result in the vehicle being put into ‘limp mode’ (limp home mode) by the engine management system to try to prevent further damage to the vehicle. Sometimes the first thing the driver can experience is the ‘glow plug light’ coming on and intermittent power loss.

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Turbo Part No.
5440-988-0021
5440-988-0007
5440-988-0002
54409880021
54409880007
54409880002
5440-970-0021
5440-970-0007
5440-970-0002
54409700021
54409700007
54409700002
BV40-21
BV40-7
BV40-2
BV40-0021
BV40-0007
BV40-0002
OEM Part No.
03L253056T
03L253019P
03L253056G
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BMW 116d / 118d / 318d Turbo – 767378-5010S/767378-5014S (11657810190 / 11657800595)
Fitted to: BMW 116d 2.0L D, BMW 118d 2.0L D & BMW 318d 2.0L D
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2.0L D BMW Engine 140HP Turbo with Electronic Actuator 767378-5010S/767378-5014S (11657810190 / 11657800595)

(Genuine Garrett Honeywell Turbo)

Engine Code: N47D20A (E81/E87/E88) Euro 3/4

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell and incorporates an electronic actuator. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown here maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo. These include:

Note: The BMW turbo photos are examples of model type

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their BMW turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger as shown in the photos but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are often as a result of a blocked engine breather assembly.

Why?

The N47 engine has an integrated breather assembly found in the cam cover and can commonly get congested / blocked causing the engine to breathe heavily. In addition, it is also recommended that a ‘Regeneration’ of the Diesel Particle Filter (DPF) is completed owing to the diesel particle filter getting clogged due to the recent driving profile. If the exhaust backpressure continues to rise and is not resolved this will in turn cause the exhaust gases to force the turbos shaft assembly back damaging the thrust bearing in the turbo, which usually results in the turbo destroying itself. These issues then affect the operation of the electronic actuator generating the fault codes picked up on the diagnostic tests mentioned above.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo and generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

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Turbo Part No.
767378-5010S
767378-5008S
767378-0010
767378-0009
767378-0008
767378-0007
767378-5014S
767378-5006S
767378-0014
767378-0013
767378-0006
767378-0005
OEM Part No.
11657810190
11657810189
7810190
7810189
11657810190B01
11657810190C02
11657810189B01
11657810189C02
7810190B01
7810190C02
7810189B01
7810189C02
11657800595
11657800594
7800595
7800594
11657800595E04
11657800595C02
11657800594E04
11657800594C02
7800595E04
7800595C02
7800594E04
7800594C02
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BMW 320d / 520d / X3 Turbo – 49335-00642 (11658519476)
Fitted to: BMW 320d 2.0L D, BMW 520d 2.0L D & BMW X3 2.0L D
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NEW BMW Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 49335-00642 (11658519476)

(Genuine Mitsubishi turbo)

The turbo is manufactured by Mitsubishi and incorporates an electronic actuator. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown here maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Engine Code: N47D20-E90N

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their BMW turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger shown in the picture above but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are often as a result of a blocked engine breather assembly.

Why?

This N47 engine has an integrated breather assembly found in the cam cover and can commonly get congested / blocked causing the engine to breathe heavily. In addition, it is also recommended that a ‘Regeneration’ of the Diesel Particle Filter (DPF) is completed owing to the diesel particle filter getting clogged due to the recent driving profile. If the exhaust backpressure continues to rise and is not resolved this will in turn cause the exhaust gases to force the turbos shaft assembly back damaging the thrust bearing in the turbo, which usually results in the turbo destroying itself. These issues then affect the operation of the electronic actuator generating the fault codes picked up on the diagnostic tests mentioned above.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo and generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

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Turbo Part No.
49335-00642
49335-00635
49335-00610
49335-00600
4933500642
4933500635
4933500610
4933500600
OEM Part No.
11658519476
11658519475
11658517453
11658517452
11658513299
11658513298
8519476
8519475
8517453
8517452
8513299
8513298
851745203C
1111 0700661
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VW/Audi 1.9 TDI Turbo – 751851-5004S (03G253014F) / BV39A-0022 (038253014G)
Fitted to: Audi 1.9 TDI, Seat 1.9 TDI, Skoda 1.9 TDI and VW 1.9 TDI
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Duel Source turbos

Two turbo manufacturers, Garrett Honeywell and Borg Warner, produced a turbo to fit this VW/Audi 1.9 TDI engine at the time of manufacture so listed here are the Garrett and Borg Warner versions. The turbo can be identified with the following part numbers / OEM codes.

The turbo is fitted to the following 1.9 TDI models:
Audi A3 TDI, Seat Altea TDI, Seat Leon TDI, Seat Toledo TDI, Skoda Octavia TDI, Skoda Superb TDI, VW Caddy TDI, VW Golf TDI, VW Jetta TDI, VW Passat TDI, VW Touran TDI

Engine codes: AVQ/BJB/BKC/BRU/BXE/BXF

Common Reason for failure

Alot of the VW/Audi engines suffer from a carbon build up around the variable vanes assembly which restricts the movement of the actuator arm. This carbon build up around the variable vanes is commonly referred to as suffering with ‘sticky vanes’ (‘sticky vanes’ are sometimes referred to by customers as ‘sticky veins!’). This restriction can cause the turbo to experience boost pressure issues and can result in the vehicle being put into ‘limp mode’ (limp home mode) by the engine management system to try to prevent further damage to the vehicle. Sometimes the first thing the driver can experience is the ‘glow plug light’ coming on and intermittent power loss.

If the lack of power is combined with loud noises such as whistling then there is also the strong chance that the turbo has suffered from foreign object damage to the the air intake side of the turbo (compressor side). If foreign object damage occurs on the compressor wheel / blades it is advisable to follow measures shown below in order to prevent a reoccurrence of the same type of damage:

– Check the air filter element as well as the air filter housing plus the intake hoses for dirt and damage.
– Check the entire intercooler system for foreign bodies, broken or rough parts and clean the system.
– Exchange the intercooler if not operating correctly. (recommendation).

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Turbo Part No.
751851-5004S
751851-5003S
751851-0003
751851-0002
751851-0001
5439-988-0022
5439-988-0011
54399880011
54399880022
5439-970-0011
5439-970-0022
54399700011
54399700022
5439-971-0011
5439-971-0022
BV39A-22
BV39A-0022
BV39-22
BV39-0022
OEM Part No.
03P253014F
038253016K
03G253014F
03G253014FX
038253014G
038253016R
038253010D
038253056E
038253056G
038253010P
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Land Rover/Range Rover TDV6 2.7L D 190HP Turbo – 5304-988-0115 (BV50-0115) – LR021042
Fitted to: Land Rover Discovery 3 TDV6 2.7L D, Range Rover Sport TDV6 Turbo 2.7L D
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Land Rover / Range Rover Turbo with Electronic Actuator 5304-988-0115 (BV50-0115) – LR021042

(Genuine Borg Warner Turbo)

Fitted to: Land Rover Discovery 3 TDV6 2.7L D, Range Rover Sport TDV6 Turbo 2.7L D

The turbo is manufactured by Borg Warner and incorporates an electronic actuator.It has a standard exhaust housing. Alternative versions of the part number may be found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo. Examples are shown here include:

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their TDV6 turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger shown in the picture above but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are often as a result of associated issues with the exhaust side of the turbo.

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Turbo Part No.
5304-988-0115
5304-988-0069
5304-988-0065
5304-988-0039
53049880115
53049880069
53049880065
53049880039
5304-970-0115
5304-970-0069
5304-970-0065
5304-970-0039
BV50-0115
BV50-0069
BV50-0065
BV50-0039
BV50-69
BV50-65
BV50-39
OEM Part No.
LR021042
LR021637
LR010188
LR008838
LR006422
LR005954
LR005846
LR004286
LR003356
4H2Q6K682CL
4H2Q6K682CH
4H2Q6K682CG
4H2Q6K682CF
4H2Q6K682CE
4H2Q6K682CB
1354257
1357581
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VW/Audi 2.0TDI Turbo 140HP – 5303-988-0205 (BV43-0205) – 03L253056A
Fitted to: Audi 2.0 TDI 140, Skoda 2.0 TDI 140 and VW 2.0 TDI 140
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2.0TDI VW Engine Turbo – 5303-988-0205 – 03L253056A

(Genuine Borg Warner Part)

The turbo is manufactured by Borg Warner and incorporates an electronic actuator. It has a standard exhaust housing. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown above maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo. These include:

Fitted to the following 2.0 TDI models:
Audi A3 TDI 140, Skoda Yeti TDI 140, VW Eos TDI 140, VW Golf TDI 140, VW Passat TDI 140, VW Scirocco TDI 140, VW Tiguan TDI 140

Engine codes: CBAB/CBDA/CBDB PQ35/46 DPF

Common Reason for failure

The common Reason for failure is a carbon build up around the variable vanes assembly which restricts the movement of the actuator arm. This carbon build up around the variable vanes is commonly referred to as suffering with ‘sticky vanes’ (‘sticky vanes’ are sometimes referred to by customers as ‘sticky veins!’). This restriction can cause the turbo to experience boost pressure issues and can result in the vehicle being put into ‘limp mode’ (limp home mode) by the engine management system to try to prevent further damage to the vehicle. Sometimes the first thing the driver can experience is the ‘glow plug light’ coming on and intermittent power loss.

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Turbo Part No.
5303-988-0205
5303-988-0139
5303-988-0132
53039880205
53039880139
53039880132
5303-970-0205
5303-970-0139
5303-970-0132
BV43-0205
BV43-0139
BV43-0132
OEM Part No.
03L253056A
03L253019A
03L253019J
03L253019T
03L253016F
03L253010C
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VW/Audi 1.9 TDI Turbo 130HP – 717858-5009S (038145702G)
Fitted to: Audi A4 TDi, Audi A6 TDi, Skoda Superb TDi, VW Passat TDi
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1.9TDi VW Engine Turbo with Integrated manifold –717858-5009S – 038145702G

(Genuine Honeywell Garrett Part)

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Fitted to all the following 1.9 TDI 130HP models:
Audi A4 TDi, Audi A6 TDi, Skoda Superb TDi, VW Passat TDi

Engine codes: AVF / AWX / BLB / BPW / BSS

Common Reason for failure

The common Reason for failure is a carbon build up around the variable vanes assembly which restricts the movement of the actuator arm. This carbon build up around the variable vanes is commonly referred to as suffering with ‘sticky vanes’ (‘sticky vanes’ are sometimes referred to by customers as ‘sticky veins!’). This restriction can cause the turbo to experience boost pressure issues and can result in the vehicle being put into ‘limp mode’ (limp home mode) by the engine management system to try to prevent further damage to the vehicle. Sometimes the first thing the driver can experience is the ‘glow plug light’ coming on and intermittent power loss.

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Turbo Part No.
717858-5009S
717858-5008S
717858-5007S
717858-0008
717858-0007
717858-0006
717858-0005
717858-0004
717858-0003
717858-0002
717858-0001
OEM Part No.
038145702G
038145702J
038145702N
038145702E
038145702GX
038145702GV
038145702GV500
038145702GV505
038145702GV105
038145702GV550
038145702EV110
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VW/Audi 2.0 TDI Turbo 140HP – 758219-5004S (03G145702K)
Fitted to: Audi A4 TDi, Audi A6 TDi, VW Passat TDi
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2.0 TDi VW Engine Turbo with Integrated manifold –758219-5004S – 03G145702K

(Genuine Honeywell Garrett Part)

Fitted to all the following 2.0 TDI 140HP models: Audi A4 TDi, Audi A6 TDi, VW Passat TDi

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Engine codes: BRE/BRF/BVG/BVF (4v) DPF 4 Cyl

Common Reason for failure

The common Reason for failure is a carbon build up around the variable vanes assembly which restricts the movement of the actuator arm. This carbon build up around the variable vanes is commonly referred to as suffering with ‘sticky vanes’ (‘sticky vanes’ are sometimes referred to by customers as ‘sticky veins!’). This restriction can cause the turbo to experience boost pressure issues and can result in the vehicle being put into ‘limp mode’ (limp home mode) by the engine management system to try to prevent further damage to the vehicle. Sometimes the first thing the driver can experience is the ‘glow plug light’ coming on and intermittent power loss.

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Turbo Part No.
758219-5004S
758219-5003S
758219-5002S
758219-0003
758219-0002
OEM Part No.
03G145702K
03G145702F
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VW/Audi 2.0 TDI Turbo 140HP – 724930-5010S (03G253014H)
Fitted to: Audi 2.0 TDI 140HP, Seat 2.0 TDI 140HP, Skoda 2.0 TDI 140HP and VW 2.0 TDI 140HP
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2.0 TDi VW Engine Turbo with Integrated manifold –724930-5010S – 03G253014H

(Genuine Honeywell Garrett Part)

The turbo is manufactured by Garrett Honeywell. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

The turbo is fitted to the following 2.0 TDI 140HP models:
Audi A3 TDi, Seat Altea TDi, Seat Leon TDi, Seat Toledo TDi, Skoda Octavia TDi, VW Golf TDi, VW Passat TDi, VW Touran TDi

Engine codes: BKD/AZV/BKP/BMM 16v

Common Reason for failure

The common Reason for failure is a carbon build up around the variable vanes assembly which restricts the movement of the actuator arm. This carbon build up around the variable vanes is commonly referred to as suffering with ‘sticky vanes’ (‘sticky vanes’ are sometimes referred to by customers as ‘sticky veins!’). This restriction can cause the turbo to experience boost pressure issues and can result in the vehicle being put into ‘limp mode’ (limp home mode) by the engine management system to try to prevent further damage to the vehicle. Sometimes the first thing the driver can experience is the ‘glow plug light’ coming on and intermittent power loss.

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Turbo Part No.
724930-5010S
724930-5009S
724930-9009S
724930-5008S
724930-0006
724930-0004
724930-0002
OEM Part No.
03G253010JX
03G253010J
03G253014H
03G253014HX
03G253014HV
03G253019A
03G253019AX
03G253019AV
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VW 1.4 TSI Turbo 170HP – 5303-988-0248 (K03-0248) – 03C145702P
Fitted to: VW Golf GT, VW Polo TSI, VW Scirocco TSI, VW Tiguan TSI, VW Touran TSI
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1.4 TSI VW Engine Turbo – 5303-988-0248 (K03-0248) – 03C145702P

(Genuine Borg Warner Part)

The turbo is manufactured by Borg Warner and incorporates a standard pressure actuator. It has a standard exhaust housing. Alternative versions of the part numbers shown to the right maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo.

Associated engine codes: BLG – BMY – BWK – CAVA

Common Reason for failure

This turbo commonly fails as a result of contaminated oil or restricted oil supply issues causing the central moving parts to breakdown.

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Turbo Part No.
53039880248
53039880162
53039880150
53039880142
53039880099
5303-988-0248
5303-988-0162
5303-988-0150
5303-988-0142
5303-988-0099
5303-970-0248
5303-970-0162
5303-970-0150
5303-970-0142
5303-970-0099
K03-0248
K03-0162
K03-0150
K03-0142
K03-0099
OEM Part No.
03C145702P
03C145701K
03C145701Q
03C145701B
03C145701G
03C145701T
03C145702B
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BMW 120d / 320d / 520d / X3 Turbo – 49335-00584 (11658519477)
Fitted to: BMW 120d 2.0L D, BMW 320d 2.0L D, BMW 520d 2.0L D & BMW X3 2.0L D
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BMW Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 49335-00584 – 11658519477

(Genuine Mitsubishi Part)

The turbo is manufactured by Mitsubishi and alternative versions of the part numbers shown above maybe found on the actual turbo to help identify the turbo. These include:

Common Reason for failure

We are often told by customers that they have a faulty electronic box on their BMW turbo. Fault codes are found on the electronic actuator. (This is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger shown in the picture above but is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator). The fault codes are normally picked up when a diagnostic test is performed on the vehicle. This type of failure showing fault codes on the electronic actuator are often as a result of a blocked engine breather assembly.

Why?

This N47 engine has an integrated breather assembly found in the cam cover and can commonly get congested / blocked causing the engine to breathe heavily. In addition, it is also recommended that a ‘Regeneration’ of the Diesel Particle Filter (DPF) is completed owing to the diesel particle filter getting clogged due to the recent driving profile. If the exhaust backpressure continues to rise and is not resolved this will in turn cause the exhaust gases to force the turbos shaft assembly back damaging the thrust bearing in the turbo, which usually results in the turbo destroying itself. These issues then affect the operation of the electronic actuator generating the fault codes picked up on the diagnostic tests mentioned above.

In some cases the outcome is a destroyed turbo and generally the driver has been experiencing issues such as a lack of power with the vehicle and the vehicle smoking from the exhaust leading up to the failure.

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Turbo Part No.
49335-00510
49335-00511
49335-00500
49335-00512
49335-00560
49335-00561
49335-00580
49335-00581
49335-00582
49335-00583
49335-00584
OEM Part No.
11658519477
11658506721
11658512465
116585151888519477
8506721
8512465
8515188
1165780875802B
851329801A
851947504

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Ford Mondeo 2.0 TDCi; Jaguar X-Type 2.0D Turbo – 728680-5015s (4S7Q6K682EN)
Fitted to: Fitted to: Ford Mondeo 2.0TDCi and Jaguar X-Type 2.0D
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Reconditioned Ford Turbo with Electronic Actuator – 728680-5015s – 4S7Q6K682EN

(Genuine Ford Part)

Common Reason for failure

This particular Mondeo turbo is one of the most popular we get asked to supply. The common Reason for failure is a carbon build up around the variable vanes assembly which restricts the movement of the actuator arm generating a fault code in the electronic actuator (this is sometimes referred to by customers as an electronic activator).

The common electronic actuator fault code (error code) we are given by garages is fault code P132B. The fault code P132B relates to a REA fault (Rotary Electronic Actuator fault) which is the little black box on the side of the turbocharger shown in the picture above and is picked up when testing the Electronic Actuator for fault codes.

This carbon build up around the variable vanes is commonly referred to as suffering with ‘sticky vanes’ (‘sticky vanes’ are sometimes referred to by customers as ‘sticky veins!’). This restriction can cause the turbo to experience boost pressure issues and can result in the vehicle being put into ‘limp mode’ (limp home mode) by the engine management system to try to prevent further damage to the vehicle. Sometimes the first thing the driver can experience is the ‘glow plug light’ coming on and intermittent power loss.

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Turbo Part No.
728680-0007
728680-0009
728680-0010
728680-0012
728680-0013
728680-0015
728680-5012S
728680-5013S
728680-5015S
OEM Part No.
4S7Q6K682EL
4S7Q6K682EH
4S7Q6K682EK
4S7Q6K682EF
4S7Q6K682EN
4S7Q6K682EJ
4S7Q6K682EM
1435151
1578770
11520 (turbo barcode)
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Various ‘Hot Run’ Turbos from £200
Fitted to: Several Different Car Manufacturers

We have assorted ‘Hot Run’ Turbos from £200.00.

They are sold with limited warranty and subject to availability.

A ‘Hot Run’ Turbo is one that has been run on an engine while still in the factory. The engine has not been used in a vehicle on the road.

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Turbo Part No.
OEM Part No.
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