New Turbocharger (No Core Charge) compatible with: AUDI A3, A3 Sportback, SEAT ALTEA, CORDOBA, IBIZA, LEON, TOLEDO 3 SKODA FABIA, OCTAVIA, SUPERB II, VW BORA, CADDY, GOLF 4, 5, JETTA, PASSAT B6, POLO, TOURAN 1.9 L TDI. NEW TURBOCHARGER WITH NO CORE CHARGE! For warranty purposes, it is advisable to replace the air filter and perform an oil change with pre-oil change cleaner, and clean the air exchange system (see PROCEDURE and CHECKS sections). The turbo failure in 1.9 TDI engines is not always due to fragility!These engines suffer from an oil circuit blockage issue that leads to the turbocharger breakdown. Package contents: 1 pair of gloves, 1 oil syringe, 1.9 TDI 90/100/101/105/110/160. Location on the vehicle: For vehicles with Right-Hand Drive (RHD) and Left-Hand Drive (LHD). Oil change interval: Even though the manufacturer recommends maintenance every 20,000 km, it is highly recommended to replace the oil every 7,500 to 10,000 km on this 2.0 TDI engine to preserve it.
Injector leak: If you notice black oil stains around the injector, experience a loss of power, hear noisy engine, and smell unburnt gas in the cabin, it is important to address this problem quickly because the carbon buildup around the injector will contaminate the engine oil and eventually reduce the lubrication of the turbocharger and cause it to break. The oil filter screen in the oil pan and the banjo bolt filter screen on the turbo oil inlet pipe are the two most sensitive elements to this contamination. Oil quality: It is essential to use high-quality oil with a viscosity of 5w30 or 5w40. Consult a specialist for advice. The EGR valve may also cause oil contamination, so check it before replacing the turbocharger.On some models, it is necessary to replace the oil pan when replacing the turbocharger because of a design flaw preventing the complete evacuation of used oil during oil