by David Smith Hey, I’m David. I’m an automobile b
Have you ever heard of the term ‘Turbo repair’? Well, it is really what it says, turbo repair is the repairing of the failed turbo component. In the process of turbo repairing, the repairer just finds out the broken part of the turbo and fixes it. It is a really easy fix but you can’t be sure about the time until when it will remain well. Yes! Even after fixation of the failed turbo part, another turbo warm can fail it any second. However, there are also the terms like ‘Turbo reconditioning’ or ‘Turbo rebuilt’ that exist in this case, if your turbo is completely lacking its ability to save itself from the continuous damage.

Turbo Reconditioning Hartlepool

The term Turbo Reconditioning Hartlepool is quite familiar with it. It is the time when the whole turbo is completely checked and replaced. If throughout the whole checking process, the repairer finds just a few failing parts that are completely damaged, they may replace them with the new parts. The turbo parts that are checked throughout the process includes, Compressor Housing, Compressor Wheel, Heat Shield and Seal Plate, Turbine Shaft and Wheel, Turbine Housing, Bearing Housing. These parts are inspected for damage and wear (it also includes the VNT units with the VNT nozzle variable vane assembly) and then also check the OE tolerance inside it dimensionally. In this process, all the turbo seals and bearing get disposed of. Also, you should be careful about not using a reconditioned turbocharger with already used turbo seals and bearing. Once the whole process of replacing all the worn parts and installing the new ones, gets done, the turbo is considered reconditioned and good to work. There are more terms related to the repairing of the turbo, let’s have a quick and summarized look at those, shall we?


Sometimes, the turbo gets damaged completely from inside and it’s parts need to be replaced. The remanufacturing of the turbo is a process where all the internal working parts of the turbo is removed and the new parts are installed. However, you can reuse the parts like turbine housing, compressor housing with electronic actuator and the vacuum. You should ask the repairer about the best service that you should get in order to get the turbo repaired so that it won’t be a problem afterwards. You should consider reusing your turbocharger if the turbo internals has been damaged up to 90%.


It is quite impossible to guess the cost of the service of a turbo rebuild without getting the turbo inspected. After inspecting the complete turbo, the repairer tells you the amount of damage that your turbo has. The amount of damage will determine the cost of getting the rebuilt. If your turbo has the components that can be reused, you may be able to save some of your bucks. As mentioned above, the price totally depends upon the parts of damage that have been done to the turbo. Although if you get the whole turbo reconditioned, the average cost of getting it done maybe £215 excluding the VAT amount.

It will be a wise idea to research the different garages and look for the ratings. It may help you with the better and authentic service and may also help you save money.

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