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VAUXHALL INSIGNIA ZAFIRA C 09-ON A20DTH A20DT TURBO 55581063 VS0689

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£150.00
FORD FOCUS MK3 / KUGA 1.5 PETROL ECOBOOST TITANIUM X 2015 2018 TURBO CHARGER

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£230.00
TURBOCHARGER Vauxhall Vectra 2005 To 2010 SRi CDTi 1.9 Z19DT Turbo - 7340285

TURBOCHARGER Vauxhall Vectra 2005 To 2010 SRi CDTi 1.9 Z19DT Turbo - 7340285

£108.00

FORD FIESTA MK7/PEUGEOT/CITROEN 1.4,1.6 DIESEL HATCHBACK 2008 2012 TURBO CHARGER

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£125.00
VOLVO V70 MK2 2001 2.4 NON TURBO REF - 170 / PASSENGER SIDE FRONT SEAT

VOLVO V70 MK2 2001 2.4 NON TURBO REF - 170 / PASSENGER SIDE FRONT SEAT THIS PART IS FRO...

£70.00
VOLVO V70 MK2 2001 2.4 NON TURBO REF - 170 / FUEL PETROL FLAP CAP 426 26

VOLVO V70 MK2 2001 2.4 NON TURBO REF - 170 / FUEL PETROL FLAP CAP 426-26 THIS PART IS FR...

£25.00
VOLVO V70 MK2 2001 2.4 NON TURBO REF - 170 / FRONT SLAM PANEL

VOLVO V70 MK2 2001 2.4 NON TURBO REF - 170 / FRONT SLAM PANEL THIS PART IS FROM A 2001 VO...

£40.00
VOLVO V70 MK2 2001 2.4 NON TURBO REF - 170 / BONNET 426 26

VOLVO V70 MK2 2001 2.4 NON TURBO REF - 170 / BONNET 426-26 THIS PART IS FROM A 2001 VOLVO...

£55.00
VOLVO V70 MK2 2001 2.4 NON TURBO REF - 170 / DRIVER SIDE WING 426 26

VOLVO V70 MK2 2001 2.4 NON TURBO REF - 170 / DRIVER SIDE WING 426-26 THIS PART IS FROM A ...

£40.00
VAUXHALL INSIGNIA ASTRA J 07-ON A14NET B14NET TURBO +MANIFOLD 55565353 10473

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£225.00

Welcome to the Turbocharger shop at PartsGateway

The turbocharger is the clever component that gives your engine a boost so you can get more oomph. Loved by speed demons the world over, the role of the turbocharger is to increase the flow of air entering the engine to create more power making the vehicle more responsive to drive.

Turbochargers can also be good for your pocket as they create less fuel waste and achieve a better MPG.

In general, turbochargers are very reliable. Most fail as a result of a lack of oil, oil contamination or damage. When turbochargers fail, you may hear strange noises, the exhaust may smell and smoke or you may start to leak oil.

If you need to replace your faulty turbocharger, this can be easily done at relatively low cost but it is advisable to use a qualified mechanic.


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