How to Troubleshoot Car Turbochargers?

Answer Turbocharger problems are some of the most difficult to troubleshoot. The main purpose of the turbocharger is to provide more air to the engine. The more air going into the engine the more fuel tha... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Troubleshoot Car Turbochargers

How to Troubleshoot Turbochargers?

Many car manufacturers equip vehicles with turbochargers to provide extra power to the engine. A smaller engine can be made to feel and perform like a much larger one while still producing excellen... Read More »

Turbochargers Vs. Superchargers?

Turbocharging and supercharging are two of the most common ways of getting more power and performance from a car's engine. But while both are forms of forced induction, which means forcing more air... Read More »

Do turbochargers lower mileage?

Turbochargers perk up performance by increasing engine efficiency and tend to improve gas mileage for the average driver. Belt-driven superchargers, on the other hand, earn their boosts by sucking... Read More »

Facts About Turbochargers?

If you like horsepower, you probably like turbochargers. Turbochargers increase air pressure in the intake manifold, which, in time, increases the air/fuel mixture entering the combustion chambers ... Read More »