Oh dear buddy, thats gonna be expensive..hammodeh said:Hi there ...
does anyone know please where to find a new turbo for a 9-5 2.0 engine, and how much it costs friends ???
The Turbo is not a servicable item as it is a sealed unit. The best you can do for it is change your oil every 6000 miles using fully synthetic. NO IT SHOULDNT LEAK OIL. You can normally tell when a turbo has blown a seal as you will get blue/grey smoke, especially on start up..hammodeh said:thanks a lot Finn, that is so helpful ..
one more question pls, what is the normal service should be done to the turbo, and is it true that if there is some oil leak from the turbo to the fire room in the engine it means that the turbo is over ??? or there is a possibility for something else to be done first ??? let me say a cheaper option ???
i have booked already on Sat morning to go to the SAAB service, what should i ask for to be checked guys ???
Hammodeh, Parts for Saab the link I posted earlier will probabaly help you with a TD04 Mitsubishi turbo unit, its a fair bit more powerful and takes a little bit of fiddling to make it fit, but its good if you are after some more power... Send them an e-mail, they are a helpful bunchhammodeh said:can u please tell me where i can find the mitsubishi turbo ??
Yes the TDO4 does need a little pipe work altering for the turbo but any garage worth its salt would be able to do it. Did you try e-mailing Parts for Saab ? They will probabaly be able to get one and ship it to you..hammodeh said:hi agian
where can i find the Mitsubishi TD04 Aero turbo, and does it fit to the car or needs some modifications ? mine is 2.0 lpt ? i did read many reviews here tell that its more reliable ??