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SKU: 743250-5025S-1

This Product Fits These Vehicles:

2005 Ford F-250
2005 Ford F-350
2005 Ford F-450
2005 Ford F-550
2006 Ford F-250
2006 Ford F-350
2006 Ford F-450
2006 Ford F-550
2007 Ford F-250
2007 Ford F-350
2007 Ford F-450
2007 Ford F-550

2005 – 2007 Ford Powerstroke 6.0L Turbocharger


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This is a brand new OE turbocharger. Not remanufactured or rebuilt … NEW, in the box.

Fits all 2006 & 2007 Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines.  Also fits some 2005 Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines (2005 was a split year, so some 2005 Powerstrokes will require this turbo, while others may require Part #743250-5024S.)  Please give us a call if you’re unsure which turbocharger you need.

Includes installation kit.

Product Information

This is a brand new OE turbocharger. Not remanufactured or rebuilt … NEW, in the box.

Fits all 2006 & 2007 Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines.  Also fits some 2005 Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines (2005 was a split year, so some 2005 Powerstrokes will require this turbo, while others may require Part #743250-5024S.)  Please give us a call if you’re unsure which turbocharger you need.

Includes installation kit.

Includes a 1 Year UNLIMITED MILEAGE Taylor Diesel Peace of Mind Warranty.

Free shipping on Turbochargers for Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines

Additional information

Weight 65 lbs
Dimensions 18 × 18 × 18 in
Make

Model

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SKU

743250-5025S-1

This is a brand new OE turbocharger. Not remanufactured or rebuilt … NEW, in the box.

Fits all 2006 & 2007 Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines.  Also fits some 2005 Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines (2005 was a split year, so some 2005 Powerstrokes will require this turbo, while others may require Part #743250-5024S.)  Please give us a call if you’re unsure which turbocharger you need.

Includes installation kit.

Includes a 1 Year UNLIMITED MILEAGE Taylor Diesel Peace of Mind Warranty.

Free shipping on Turbochargers for Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines


Make: Ford
Model: F-250, F-350, F-450, F-550

Additional information

Weight 65 lbs
Dimensions 18 × 18 × 18 in
Make

Model

, , ,

SKU: 743250-5025S-1

This Product Fits These Vehicles:

2005 Ford F-250
2005 Ford F-350
2005 Ford F-450
2005 Ford F-550
2006 Ford F-250
2006 Ford F-350
2006 Ford F-450
2006 Ford F-550
2007 Ford F-250
2007 Ford F-350
2007 Ford F-450
2007 Ford F-550

SKU: 743250-5024S

This Product Fits These Vehicles:

2004 Ford F-250
2004 Ford F-350
2004 Ford F-450
2004 Ford F-550
2005 Ford F-250
2005 Ford F-350
2005 Ford F-450
2005 Ford F-550

2004 – 2005 Ford Powerstroke 6.0L Turbocharger


Price: This product is currently not available for online purchase. Please call the nearest store for pricing and information.
Only 4 left in stock - order soon.

Ships in: Same day on orders before 3pm CST. Ships from Jackson, TN

This is a brand new OE turbocharger. Not remanufactured or rebuilt … NEW, in the box.

Fits all 2004 Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines.  Also fits some 2005 Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines (2005 was a split year, so some 2005 Powerstrokes will require this turbo, while others may require Part #743250-5025S.)  Please give us a call if you’re unsure which turbocharger you need.

Includes installation kit.

Product Information

This is a brand new OE turbocharger. Not remanufactured or rebuilt … NEW, in the box.

Fits all 2004 Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines.  Also fits some 2005 Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines (2005 was a split year, so some 2005 Powerstrokes will require this turbo, while others may require Part #743250-5025S.)  Please give us a call if you’re unsure which turbocharger you need.

Includes installation kit.

Includes a 1 Year UNLIMITED MILEAGE Taylor Diesel Peace of Mind Warranty.

Free shipping on Turbochargers for Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines

Additional information

Weight 65 lbs
Dimensions 18 × 18 × 18 in
Make

Model

, , ,

SKU

743250-5024S

This is a brand new OE turbocharger. Not remanufactured or rebuilt … NEW, in the box.

Fits all 2004 Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines.  Also fits some 2005 Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines (2005 was a split year, so some 2005 Powerstrokes will require this turbo, while others may require Part #743250-5025S.)  Please give us a call if you’re unsure which turbocharger you need.

Includes installation kit.

Includes a 1 Year UNLIMITED MILEAGE Taylor Diesel Peace of Mind Warranty.

Free shipping on Turbochargers for Ford Powerstroke Diesel Engines


Make: Ford
Model: F-250, F-350, F-450, F-550

Additional information

Weight 65 lbs
Dimensions 18 × 18 × 18 in
Make

Model

, , ,

SKU: 743250-5024S

This Product Fits These Vehicles:

2004 Ford F-250
2004 Ford F-350
2004 Ford F-450
2004 Ford F-550
2005 Ford F-250
2005 Ford F-350
2005 Ford F-450
2005 Ford F-550

2005 Ford Powerstroke Diesel Pickup Truck Turbochargers

Ford is manufacturing a large number of the most well-designed vehicles on the market today. They are extremely nimble and dependable. Never will {a VehicleBrand} let you down, whether you are running late for that job interview or driving the kids out to the ball game.

Partly attributed to the ability of Ford turbochargers can be credited to the past history of their integrity and overall performance. Simply speaking, a turbocharger produces additional energy that is then transferred to the truck’s engine. Without having a Ford turbocharger, travelling in your truck would be just another boring way in which to get from here to there with not much to write home about.

A good functioning Ford turbocharger assures that your vehicle is working efficiently and should be looked over and tested routinely. A brand new turbocharger is really needed if it isn’t generating the required horsepower. It is vital to change it in order to return your motor vehicle’s integrity and overall performance and also to minimize more deterioration.

A good working Ford turbocharger sees to it that your automobile is running efficiently and should be checked into and tested on a regular basis. A new turbocharger is called for if it isn’t delivering the necessary output. You should change it in order to recoup it’s dependability and horsepower back and to reduce the chances of further deterioration.

What Is The Use Of A Turbocharger?

Burning more fuel in the cylinders is exactly how turbochargers are engineered in order to deliver increased power out of the engine. Why then is this the simplest and most cost-efficient way that turbochargers can receive that additional power out of the motor?

A jet engine performs pretty much just the same as the turbocharger. Cold air gets pulled in at the front part of the engine. The cool air is combined with the fuel source in the chamber and is then burned. After being burned, the hot gases is propelled forcefully propelled out the back end.

Because of this process, the engine’s expelled gases are driven out of your truck’s turbocharger which is then utilized to run an air compressor that turns a turbine. The compressor’s responsibility is to then drive a larger amount of air into the cylinders and burn additional fuel at significantly higher rate than it customarily does.

More horsepower is created by a vehicle with a turbocharger, this procedure is otherwise referred to as, more energy per second. There’s 3 key parts in a turbocharger:

Turbine side

Compressor side

Cartridge

Making up the turbine side is a turbine wheel and a turbine housing. The compressor side is consisted of the compressor housing and the compressor wheel. These 2 parts, the compressor side and the turbine side are paired together through the cartridge.

The motor produces spent fuel gases which are then moved directly into the turbocharger. The turbocharger is secured to the motor’s manifold. Those gases are then driven right into the turbine unit. Because of this, the exhaust gases will rotate the turbine.

The turbine is being spun from the rotating of the compressor wheel causing the compression of the ambient air that is then pumped into the cylinders. This is carried out through a shaft hooked up to a compressor. The engine produces more horsepower because of the increased amount of released pressure that is allowing the turbine’s blades to spin.

You will not realize an immediate thrust coming from the motor’s turbocharger the very moment you first press down on the accelerator. The turbine needs to have a second to give the boost necessary to produce the power. That action is what is commonly recognized as “lag”.

Here Are Some Ways to See if Your Ford Turbocharger is Damaged

There are a number of warning indicators that will be apparent that your Ford turbocharger is struggling. Some indicators may be evident and some you can have the opportunity to feel or hear. It is advisable to swap out your turbocharger if you think it has had nicer days.

If you think you have a damaged turbocharger, you should then seek out a good auto mechanic. These are just some of the popular indicators if you do not have a sufficient amount of expertise pertaining to car components:

Slow {speed} – Enhancements to the motor vehicle’s horsepower is the primary purpose of the turbocharger. Indicators of diminished power and sluggish speed are a couple of the issues you’ll observe the moment your turbocharger is struggling. So think about checking over the turbo unit first the moment you notice that your vehicle is not driving as fast as it’s used to.

Excessive exhaust smoke – If inner seals are damaged or the casing of your turbocharger is damaged, oil can leak into the exhaust. This oil will then burn, generating a distinctive dark-blue or grey smoke. Each time you rev your engine, the turbocharger will start functioning and that is the instant this smoke can be most apparent. This smoke should not be discounted. This is a visible sign of a defective turbocharger unit.

Consuming motor oil – There’s a good possibility that you are dealing with a bad turbocharger when your motor is burning abnormally high volumes of oil. You can make sure of this by using an endoscope to look inside the turbine by removing the down-pipe. An indication of gradual deterioration is when you find motor oil in the turbine. If left unresolved, you will find yourself ordering a brand new turbocharger, so you should really correct it immediately.

Check engine lights (CEL)– Generally there are plenty of complications which will call for your CEL to show. They may run from serious situations specifically a malfunctioning turbocharger down to a simple matter such as a loose gas cap. It is well-advised to have a highly regarded auto mechanic to take a look at the vehicle immediately.

Deafening, whiny tone – One more symptom of a turbo system malfunctioning is every time the boost remains in operation and you hear an excessive whining noise. These could surely be misinterpreted for a horn. As the situation deteriorates, these sounds will increase. The additional complications stated, in conjunction with these kinds of sounds, can imply it’s a good likelihood that your turbocharger is being ruined.

Three Significant Factors That Cause Turbocharger Breakdown

Here are several of the reasons that may result in your Ford turbocharger deterioration:

Damaged seals – As the turbocharger is pushing air inside the cylinders, some of it can be displaced if the seals are damaged or split. This condition causes the turbocharger to operate harder to receive that needed push. This might very well be, the top argument for turbocharger malfunction.

Carbon deposits – The main reason why your vehicle’s oil replacements are very important to receive at the suggested service intervals, is due to the fact that there will most likely be an accumulation of carbon deposits. This can be very detrimental to various motor vehicle parts, mostly the turbocharger.

Wear and tear – 150,000 miles is the relative service life of a turbocharger, being dependent on your operating behaviors. It can traditionally go downhill close to this time and you will definitely want to substitute it.

Conclusion

Whenever your Ford turbocharger is not working as it is supposed to, it could be time you need to have it upgraded. We carry a large variety of Ford turbochargers here at Taylor Diesel Group. We work solely with reliable reputable manufacturers.

We stock turbochargers for all Ford models at competitive rates. Even if you are unsure of what exactly you may need, we have a group of highly trained professionals that will help you determine the turbocharger that will perform well for your vehicle. Only high-quality parts are used in the turbochargers offered here. They are all placed through proper tests to assure top quality and durability.

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