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Old 16-08-11, 07:40 PM   #1
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Default 407 1.6 HDI with a blown turbo

Hi, how expensive and hard would it to be to repair a 407sw 1.6 HDI with a blown turbo?
I have seen loads for sale on a well known auction site and was interested in the amount of work involved.
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Question would be why did it blow first or you`ll be replacing the new one as well , is the oil return pipe gauze blocked , is the DPF causing problems.
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Nothing is truly unrepairable.... just depends how much time and money you want to spend
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before replace check oil pressure first and clean suction in oil pump

this is sample jelly in 1.6 hdi engine
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And hope its not sucked any bits of turbo into the engine

And mullered the engine .
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Old 17-08-11, 09:18 AM   #6
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There's a turbo rebuild kit on Ebay:

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this is crap
garett dosent sell anymore repair kit and buy refurbished turbo dont guarante good work for long time
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As Betty said, the most important question is WHY did it fail. If that isn't identified and properly addressed the turbo will be prone to repeat failure.

Regarding replacement, there's a checklist somewhere on here of all the things to check/replace along with the turbo. It's not difficult provided you have a decent collection of tools and a reasonable level of competence. It's just time consuming...there's alot of other things to come off before the turbo can come out.

Cost wise you're looking at roughly - 350 for the turbo, another 100 for pickup strainer and oil pipes, maybe another 100 for consumables...engine flush, filters, oil, sump sealant etc.

Finally, after all that, it's debatable whether following everything in the mentioned checklist will guarantee against future failure as most of the actions are precautionary measures that may not directly address the root cause of the original failure.

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before replace check oil pressure first and clean suction in oil pump

this is sample jelly in 1.6 hdi engine
Has this one been neglected (not had oil changes) ?

Is this what causes the problems ?

I have seen several advertised with FSH but Turbo blown, and more 1.6 than 2.0 .

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Has this one been neglected (not had oil changes) ?

Is this what causes the problems ?

I have seen several advertised with FSH but Turbo blown, and more 1.6 than 2.0 .
wrong oil ,mixed oil no changing on time no more 15kkm
turbo oil pipe and lower bolt blocked
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