As we all know, repair kit is essential for vehicle turbocharger maintenance.
When your vehicle turbocharger has some problems, or you want to change your vehicle to be better driving, you need tools to help you accomplish your purpose.
You need OE standard Turbo repair kit.
Before choosing the the correct OE standard Turbo repair kit, you need to determine your turbo mode.
Different turbochargers need different repair kit to maintain.
Here are some suggestions to help you accomplish this task better:
1.The turbo part number.
The part number is the simplest way to determine which turbo model you have. Part numbers are located in different places on different types of turbos. Here are some examples of where part numbers will be located:
Garrett Turbos: The part number for Garrett turbos will be found on a tag that is located either on the compressor housing backing plate, or on the bearing housing/center section. An example of a Garrett part number is 466491-5.
Mitsubishi Turbos: The part number for Mitsubishi turbos is stamped or cast into the compressor housing. An example of a Mitsubishi part number is 49177-06420.
Holset Turbos: The part number for Holset turbos will be found on a tag which is located on the compressor housing. An example of a Holset part number is 3535833.
KKK Turbos: The part number for KKK turbos will be found on a tag which is located on the compressor housing. An example of a KKK part number is either 5303 988 0003 or 058 145 703J.
2. By emailing the year, model, and engine size for the vehicle of the turbo’s original application.
3. If you have doubts, you can also emailing us pictures of the turbo.
Repair kit is necessary to repair turbine and high quality kit, which can greatly reduce the risk of turbine failure.
E&E Turbo has many kinds of OE standard Turbo repair kit, including the old ship / industrial engine model and the latest JHJ BM series.
The OE standard Turbo repair kits manufactured by E&E Turbo are really necessary for repairing the turbo and high-quality kits can greatly reduce the risk of turbo failed.
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