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Old 06-24-2013, 03:32 PM
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GT3782VA rebuild kit part number

Anyone know the part number and source for a Garrett GT3782VA (2004.5-2007) turbo rebuild kit?
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There is a pretty good recent thread on another forum which may be helpful here. It includes a couple of good links as well. Turbo cleaning kit and procedure? - Diesel Forum - TheDieselStop.com

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Thanks kitty. Bought and on the way.

I just wanted to make sure I had the right kit. Apparently there were two turbos for the 6.0, and each uses slightly different bushing sizes.
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you've just about rebuilt the whole truck??

Did it Not build BOOST??

Blown Oil threw it??
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Turbo question: I assume that most who rebuild their turbo are doing it because of a known problem. Are there many who do this simply because they are fairly aggressive about preventative maintenance?? Is that a good idea at some point? Thanks!
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Blades it is leaking oil past the turbo seals. It has that ominous blue-white cloud of smoke at start-up similar to a radial engine. Its getting bad enough now that you can see faint traces of smoke while parked or at a stop light, and its only going to get worse as time goes on. After all of this, the last thing I need is a run-away. It has been doing this since the head gasket and stud install. The EBP sensor got clogged up with grime and caused the turbo to produce about 60 pounds of boost upon acceleration which compromised the seals. Oh the drama of computer controlled powertrains.
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Turbo question: I assume that most who rebuild their turbo are doing it because of a known problem. Are there many who do this simply because they are fairly aggressive about preventative maintenance?? Is that a good idea at some point? Thanks!
Most do it because of a problem. I had my turbo off to replace the EGR cooler and oil cooler. The truck had 160k and it seemed like a good idea to check it while off the engine. If your engine has not been worked, or has idled a lot, the turbo can coke up and stick. Mine was in good shape, the bearings felt good and just a light coat of carbon on the vanes and case. They make cleaning kits or if its just light carbon you can use a soft wire brush and reassemble with anti-seize grease. There are procedures in the Tech Folder.
http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/83...urbo-abcs.html
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Thanks David!
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Plus its much cheaper to rebuild it than buy a new one
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