Date: Fri, 10 Feb 2006 03:46:09 GMT
From: James Sweet <>
Subject: Re: 95 Timing Chain & Turbo replacement costs / justification.

> > Make sure whoever replaces your turbo also flushes out the intercooler > as debris can pass from the failed turbo into the intercooler and then > through the engine into the hot side of the turbo leading to another > failure (in some cases this can be measured in weeks). > > I recommend Jamsaab without hesitation if you are close to Bristol. > I'd say that's pretty unlikely, I've never heard of it happening anyway. Do make sure the oil feed line to the turbo is replaced though, oil can coke up in that and kill a new turbo.

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