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1.6 hdi turbo fail again advice please
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bought another berlingo 1.6 hdi 92 hp model, but an hr in to my new purchase the turbo went, the garage had fitted a new turbo under warranty because the previous turbo had failed, so what are they doing wrong, i think oil feed problems, they said they fitted new feed and  return oil pipes, a motor factors i use said when fitting new turbo oil and filter should be changed run for 1hr30, then drain another new filter and oil, run again for 1hr30, then drain another oil filter and oil, so 3 oil and filter changes, i suspect oil going to feed is blocked, also i have my old peugeot partner 2.0hdi 90,  and ive a 406hdi 110 would any of these turbos fit any advice would be a great help thanks adam
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#2
https://www.turbodynamics.co.uk/technica...ochargers/

https://frenchcarforum.co.uk/forum/viewt...hp?t=46915

Hopefully the above will give some good guidance about how the problem occurs & what to do about it.
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(05-12-2018, 05:13 PM)cancunia Wrote:  https://www.turbodynamics.co.uk/technica...ochargers/

https://frenchcarforum.co.uk/forum/viewt...hp?t=46915

Hopefully the above will give some good guidance about how the problem occurs & what to do about it.

thank you very much i will look cheers adam
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#4
Easy simple way to see if you are getting oil through to the turbo is unplug crank sensor disconnect the oil feed pipe going into the turbo and turn the engine over.
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(05-12-2018, 05:30 PM)V6BOY Wrote:  Easy simple way to see if you are getting oil through to the turbo is unplug crank sensor disconnect the oil feed pipe going into the turbo and turn the engine over.

Interesting, why unplug the crank sensor?

Hopefully Frank will be along soon with his video link.... Wink
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#6
Bought from a garage ???? If so get your money back and look for another vehicle.
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#7
heh Smile
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dg48vMmNLWc
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#8
(05-12-2018, 05:32 PM)cancunia Wrote:  
(05-12-2018, 05:30 PM)V6BOY Wrote:  Easy simple way to see if you are getting oil through to the turbo is unplug crank sensor  disconnect the oil feed pipe going into the turbo and turn the engine over.

Interesting, why unplug the crank sensor?

Hopefully Frank will be along soon with his video link.... Wink
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Just so she won't fire up and run the turbo dry.
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#9
On a side note : Would be interested to know if many/any here have removed the filter from the banjo bolt going to turbo?
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(05-12-2018, 10:13 PM)michaelg Wrote:  On a side note : Would be interested to know if many/any here have removed the filter from the banjo bolt going to turbo?

I removed mine, there's a thread on here somewhere with the Citroen advice on removing the old filter or replacing it with an updated version. There's also a very long discussion about it on the French Car Forum. Search google for '1.6 hdi turbo oil feed' or similar.
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