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Power loss with Focus TDCI 05, Turbo Problem?

Loss off overall power, checked Turbo filter which is clean and ok, Re sat the air inlets so no leakage. Looked into Turbo inlet, it was very Oily and there seems to be a bit of play with the innards which looks to be causing a rattling when the engine is running.

Would the bearing be gone in the turbo motor and would this cause the loss of power and excess oil?

tks

George

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  • george_norma May 12, 2009

    It ended up that the air pipe was cracked comgin form the Turbo which resulted in loss of power, Cost to fix was €140.00.



    tks



    George

  • Anonymous Mar 18, 2014

    MY CAR IS A FIESTA ECOBOOST 1.0 TURBO.IT RUNS OK FOR ABOUT HALF AN HOUR AFTER WHICH THERE IS SLIGHT VIBRATION THOUGH THR STEERING WHEELAND THE ENGINE DOESN'T PICK UP QUITE SO WELL.SOME DAYS THERE IS NO PROBLEM AT ALL.ANOTHER DAY I DRIVE TO POINT A AND IT'S OK BUT ON THE RETURN JOURNEYTHE PROBLEM ACCURES.THANK FOR YOUR HELP.

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