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BMW 320D ,20001. Loss of power. No black smoke. Is it still

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BMW 320D ,20001. Loss of power. No black smoke. Is it still likely to be turbo failure? Car has done 150,000 miles and has alredy had one recon turbo at approx. 70,000 miles
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: BMW
Expert:  Greg replied 4 years ago.
Hi .

Yes this does sound like a turbo issue if the engine is not smoking ,

99% of engine power loss is due to turbo failure ,and failure is normally due to bad engine oil service or cheap engine oils used ..

The Turbo on this model are a known problem for failing anytime after 50-60.000 miles .

Have the turbo tested to be sure ,

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