09 Nov, 10

Ford Focus (DPF) 1.6TDCi 16v Turbocharger Failed – Rebuilds & Stock Available!

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Ford Focus 1.6TDCi (DPF) TurboCharger FailedWhy They Normally Fail
The Ford Focus (DPF) 1.6TDCi 16v model with the Diesel Particulate Filter is prone to problems such as injectors failing, turbocharger failing and engine oil contamination. This is mainly due to the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) getting blocked up. When the DPF blocks up, it causes back-pressure to push carbon back up in to the turbocharger, engine and other components such as the diesel injectors. They then become carbonated and the oil becomes contaminated.

Common Symptoms of a Failed Turbocharger:

  • Play in the impeller shaft
  • Oil leaking into the Inlet
  • White Smoke
  • Noisy Bearing / Whining Sound On Throttle
  • Loss Of Power & No Kick-Down

What Do We Do?
Rather than spending a fortune to replace the turbocharger with a new unit, or even a second-hand unit which would come with a maximum of 90 days warranty. You can send the turbocharger to us and here at Sinspeed we’ll strip your unit down and rebuild it with all new oil seals & bearings. The housing will be machined and leak tested to ensure a rebuild of the highest quality and returned to you with a full 1 year warranty. In fact, you won’t even recognise the turbocharger as we chemically clean all units before rebuilding so they look as good as new!

Our Rebuild Procedure

  • We first process your turbocharger in our mechanical parts washer
  • We then strip the turbocharger right down & examine it for defects
  • Your turbocharger will then be chemically cleaned & blasted
  • We then leak test the housing and machine if necessary
  • We’ll then proceed to rebuild with all new Oil Seals & Bearings (To meet & exceed the OE specifications)
  • Finally we test, balance & re-calibrate the unit before dispatching it back to you

How Long Will This Process Take?
We can normally turn a turbo rebuild around in 24-48 hours.

Do You Offer A Fitting Service?
Yes, we do. We aim to offer the most competitive rate fitting services and if you find a better deal elsewhere, we always aim to beat it. We also offer a free collect & return service on your vehicle (dependant of your location) so if you’re having turbo problems then get in touch and find out what we can do for you.

Do You Repair Other Turbo’s As Well?
We repair all types of turbocharger units for all  makes & models. If your unit is non-repairable, we have many rebuilt units in stock ready to exchange & dispatch same day. We also carry new units on some of the more commonly known non-repairable turbos or where new units are the more affordable option.

What Guarantee Will Sinspeed Give Me?
We offer all our customers a full 1 years warranty.

For an instant quote, call us today on 0871 2887 666.

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9 thoughts on “Ford Focus (DPF) 1.6TDCi 16v Turbocharger Failed – Rebuilds & Stock Available!
  • Hi i have only just bought a 55reg ford focus and no power loss but bit of oil in the inlet pipe any advice plz

    • Hello Ryan

      Thank you for your enquiry,

      Oil in the inlet pipes can be for 2 reasons. Either the breather system oil separator valve (built into the front right side of the engine rocker cover) is leaking oil into the inlet pipe or the turbocharger seals are leaking oil into the inlet pipe. Check your oil level and if the level is low then top it up using the correct low-ash oil.

      You can also remove the intake pipe from the right side of the turbocharger and check the turbine for excessive play / movement in the shaft.

      If the oil level is high then you have oil which is diluted with diesel so it will require an oil change. The DPF is the number 1 cause of a failing turbocharger on this vehicle so I would always recommend to check that.

      Kind Regards


  • Hi I have a 2006 Ford Focus 1.6 tdci
    I have oil in my turbo inlet pipe and my air filter was soaked in oil, I jet washed the engine to diagnose any leaks and found there is an oil leak coming from around the actuator or the turbo housing itself, oil level seems abit more then usual so have done an oil change and filter and has brought me back to square one, could this be a turbo problem as I don’t think my model come with dpf but I may be wrong, also how much is a turbo rebuild please if this is the problem
    Many thanks

    • Hello Michael,

      Thank you for your enquiry,

      I have just sent over an email with pricing and further information regarding the rebuild of the Turbocharger on your Ford Focus.

      Kind Regards,


  • Could you please give me a price gor a recon turbo for ma09ymk focus 1.6 tdci? Do you also supply Oil feeder pipes?

    • Hi John

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      We can supply a replacement oil feed pipe when rebuilding your turbocharger. I have sent you an email with full information and pricing.

      Kind Regards


  • Hi there my turbo pipes keep splitting and its squealing when accerating also throwing out smoke when accerating i have been told turbo is over boosting will this require a new turbo? It also seems to be lagging aswell but car has done 160thousand miles its a ford focus 1.8 zetec tdci 59 plate

    • Hi Sabina

      Thanks for the enquiry,

      I have sent you an email with full information and pricing.

      Kind Regards


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