Turbochargers are used to optimize combustion and boost a vehicle’s performance. Turbocharged vehicles have an elevated density of air intake, which increases the volumetric efficiency, improves the efficiency of the combustion engine, and increases torque and performance. The construction and function of turbochargers is designed for the service life of the engine. However, high-performance components situated in the exhaust gas system are exposed to multiple risk factors that often contribute to immature failure.
In order for any repairs to be successful, thorough analysis and rectification of the cause must be achieved.