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When making an enquiry for a replacement turbocharger for your vehicle you will need to know the part number of the turbocharger currently fitted to the vehicle. Without this information a firm price and availability is not possible.
There are two numbers that will normally identify a turbocharger. The OEM Part Number (Original Equipment Manufacturer Number) or the Turbo Manufacturer Part Number. To clarify O.E.M. is the Vehicle Manufacturer such as Audi, BMW, and Ford etc.
If the turbocharger is still fitted to the vehicle then the best approach is to obtain the OEM number from the local main dealer parts department by asking for their price to supply. You will need to give them either your Vehicle Registration Number or Vehicle chassis number. However you may find that the main dealers will give you a price but maybe reluctant to give you the OEM number for use elsewhere and only offer their internal part number. This may still be OK to cross reference.
The alternative to this is to try to retrieve the numbers from the actual turbocharger identification plate. This may mean trying to read them while the turbocharger is still fitted to the vehicle which is not ideal, so you may have to wait until the turbocharger has been removed from the vehicle.
1 O.E.M. Part Number (Vehicle Manufacturer = O.E.M)
The OEM Number is normally issued by the vehicle manufacturers such as: Audi, BMW, Ford, Mercedes, Toyota, VW etc and can also be found actually etched on the identification plate on the turbocharger.
Below are just a few examples of what vehicle manufacturer’s OEM part numbers look like, however bear in mind that vehicle manufacturers are not typically exclusive to one turbocharger manufacturer for their range of vehicles. For instance Audi fit both Garrett and BorgWarner KKK turbochargers to their engines while BMW use both Garrett and Mitsubishi turbochargers across their range of vehicles:
Here are two numbers that will normally identify a turbocharger. The OEM Part Number (Original Equipment Manufacturer Number) or the Turbo Manufacturer Part Number. To clarify O.E.M. is the Vehicle Manufacturer such as Audi, BMW, and Ford etc.
|Vehicle Type||OEM Part Number||Turbo Manufacturer|
|Range Rover Sport 2.7L D||4H2Q 6K682 CK||BorgWarner KKK|
|BMW 320d 2.0L D||11657795499 or 7795499||Mitsubishi Turbo|
|Ford Monde 1.8 Tacit||7G9Q-6K682-BD||Garrett Turbo|
|Mercedes Vito 2.2L D||A6460960199||IHI Turbo|
|VW Golf 2.0 Tide||03L 253 010C||BorgWarner KKK|
|Toyota Prevail 2.0 D4-D||17201-27030||Garrett Turbo|