Turbocharger Chra for BMW 520d,E60,E61,X3 E83 177 163 150 hp 762965-0001

Product Code: 762965-5017S-JX
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for Application:

For BMW 520 d (E60/E61/E60N/E61N) M47D20 150 HP 2005-2007

For BMW 520 d (E60/E61/E60N/E61N) M47D20 163 HP 2005-2007

For BMW X3 2.0 d (E83 / E83N) M47Tu 150 HP 2004-

 

Turbo Reference OE/OEM Number:

762965 , 762965-5017S , 762965-0009 , 762965-0008

762965-0007 762965-0003 , 762965-0002 , 762965-0001

762965-3 , 762965-2 762965-1 , 762965-9 , 762965-8

762965-7 , 11657794022 , 7794022H07

 

Specification:

Condition: 100% Brand New
Bearing Type: Journal Bearing
Accessories: You will get exactly as shown in the picture above

  

NOTE:
* Please confirm your old turbo part number matches up with one of the part numbers above
* Professional installation is highly recommended (No Instruction Included)
* For any needs please contact us

  

WHY CHOOSE US:

We are very professional turbocharger and cartridge manufacturer, all of our turbo and chra are TWICE BALANCED and fully tested before send out from factory; we offer 1 year warranty, and fast and free shipping to UK, our price is most competitive in the market.

  

About Turbo failure:

The 6 most common failures are:

1. Oil starvation

2. Oil contamination

3. Impact damage

4. Blocked Engine breather

5. Over speeding of shaft and wheel

6. Hot shut down

 Common causes of turbocharger failure:
1. Improper Lubrication / Lack of maintenance
2. Foreign object damageOverspeeding
3. Excessive oil pressure
4. High mileage engine

5. Engine Lacks Power 

The following situation indicate the turbo failure:

1. Black Exhaust Smoke     
2. Excessive Engine Oil Consumption     
3. Blue Exhaust Smoke     
4. Turbo Noisy     
5. Cyclic sound from turbo     
6. Oil Leak from compressor seal     
7. Oil Leak from turbine seal

 

Our product would not come with the instruction of installation, highly suggest you find professional mechanic to help you install it, here are some check list before installation.                                                                  

1. Replace oil supply lines and fittings.  These lines often become plugged with decomposed oil which restricts oil flow and drainage.

2. Do not used silicone or thread tape

3. Make sure all openings to turbo are open and not plug or capped off.
4. Shut off fuel or disable ignition and crank the engine for at least 15 seconds or until oil pressure is raised
5. Allow engine to fast idle (1,000 RPM) for 3 - 5 minutes to for Seat turbo seals
6. Always let engine idle for 3 -5 minutes before shut down, otherwise the turbo will continue to spin  without oil lubrication and pressure

7.When changing oil, be sure to prime oil filter

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