The auto-owner is in a position to evaluate the turbocharger operation as follows.
Do not remove the turbine, but only detach the connection from the snail, and examine the shoulder strap. If damage is visible on the edges, this may indicate a bad connection to the filter compressor (the hedges, the bad connection in the filter body) or the dust, sand, or dirt in the previous replacement of the filter. This failure can be displayed by a hustle inside the turbine due to blade damage.
Then we need to look at the inner surface of the shell-if it is visible, it touches the shoulder blades. Such a failure is also accompanied by a hiss, as well as an increase in intake manifold oil. This usually occurs when the turbocharger bearings are worn, the problem is solved by repair or complete replacement of the turbocharger.
Finally, the presence of soot and soot should be assessed. Shoulder standard may have light gray dust. If there is a tgar, this indicates a sordid filter of the turbocharger module filter or incorrect operation of the EGR system. This turbine already needs to be removed, cleaned and cleaned. It is better to trust the service provider because the unchalked action can cause a breakdown.