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Free Turbo Inspection

Problem with THE Turbocharger?

If you think that your vehicle has a turbocharger issue don’t waste more time! Driving with a damaged turbocharger is dangerous and can kill the engine. Book an inspection and let specialists check your boost system against damages and leaks.

We have available the latest diagnostics equipment which speeds up the process and let us more precisely point reason of the problem.


Use the form below to book in your turbo or DPF inspection.

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Free Inspection

Blown Turbo? Smoking? Whining? No Power? Engine Light On? Call and book your FREE turbo INSPECTION! No hidden costs! We tell you what is exactly wrong with your car the YOU make a decision! 

Time Slots

Inspections can be booked only for morning hours between 8:00 AM – 11:00 AM. We need around 30 minutes for each inspection.

Booking Confirmation

Please allow us up to 12 hours for processing your booking.

How Recognize Turbo Failure

Power / Boost Loss

If you notice that your turbocharged vehicle is accelerating more slowly than usual, or isn’t capable of reaching the speeds it once could, this may be a sign that your turbo is failing.

Whining / Whistle Noise

Often, a failing turbocharger will make a loud, distinctive noise when under boost – a bit like a dentist’s drill or police siren if compressor wheel damaged. If you start to hear this noise from your engine, it’s definitely time to have it checked out!

Dashboard Warning Lights

On most modern cars, the computer diagnostics will pick up turbo faults and the check engine light will come on. Of course, the check engine light doesn’t just cover turbo failure, and you will need to do some further checks to see what kind of engine problem you have.

Grey Smoke from Exhaust

If the turbo housing has cracked, or the internal seals have blown, oil will start to leak into your exhaust system. As this burns off, it produces a distinctive blue/grey smoke, which will probably become more apparent as the engine revs increase just following an idle situation.