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Turbo fault i lost all power of my car and thought it was my turbo. i removed my turbo and noticed the propellor at the exhaust side was detached.what can cause this and should i look at anything else that could cause this.would it be safe to replace it.any informattion would be appreciated to explain why this happened

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This turbo faliure is common, the nut that holds the compressor wheel on the inlet side can undo itself and spit the exhaust wheel and shaft out the other side(into the exhaust) It can be cause by running more boost than the turbo can handle or from compressor surge(Thats when you take your foot off the gas and the throttle shuts, the compressed air shoots back the other way back to the turbo trying to escape and causes the compressor wheel to stop and goes the opposite way a blow off valve will reduce this.) Replacing the turbo will fix this problem. i hope this helped.

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