Remanufactured Turbo IHI Turbocharger AL0069
Turbo for Mercedes A-Class 2.0
Turbo for Mercedes B-Class 2.0
Turbo for Mercedes CLA 2.0
Turbo for Mercedes GLA 2.0
Turbo for Infiniti Q30 2.0
Turbo for Infiniti QX30 2.0
IHI Corporation, formerly known as Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd., is a Japanese engineering corporation headquartered in Tokyo, Japan that produces and offers ships, space launch vehicles, aircraft engines, marine diesel engines, gas turbines, gas engines, railway systems, turbochargers for automobiles, plant engineering, industrial machinery, power station boilers and other facilities, suspension bridges and other structures.
The part designation AL0069 corresponds to a particular IHI turbocharger model intricately crafted for precision. This identification is intricately linked with a model that has been meticulously fashioned to ensure harmonious compatibility with a diverse array of vehicles from both Mercedes and Infiniti. These encompass the Mercedes A-Class, Mercedes B-Class, Mercedes CLA, Mercedes GLA 2.0T, Infiniti Q30, and Infiniti QX30, all outfitted with a 2.0 petrol engine.
Celebrated for their meticulous craftsmanship, IHI turbochargers function as precision instruments devoted to enhancing engine performance. Their effectiveness lies in the detailed optimization of air intake, the facilitation of more efficient combustion, and ultimately, the augmentation of power output.
To ensure an exact fit, it is advisable to confirm part numbers and OE numbers etched on the turbocharger. When undertaking the replacement of a turbocharger, ensuring seamless compatibility with the exact engine model and other critical components is paramount. The key to achieving optimal performance and ensuring the prolonged efficiency of the turbocharger lies in the careful selection of the correct replacement part. This essential information is typically available on the turbocharger itself or documented within the comprehensive specifications of the vehicle. Seeking advice from certified mechanics, turbo reconditioning specialists, or consulting the manufacturer's specifications is a prudent step to secure the accurate fitment of the turbocharger.
Maintaining the durability and operational excellence of turbochargers, including the AL0069 model, demands adherence to regular maintenance routines. This encompasses following the manufacturer's recommended service intervals and the meticulous application of the appropriate lubrication.
For additional assurance concerning the turbocharger's compatibility with your specific engine, it is wise to cross-verify part numbers and OE numbers imprinted on the turbo. If uncertainties persist, do not hesitate to seek expert assistance by reaching out to us at 07702 737 718 or 01323 301 999. Your peace of mind is of the utmost importance to us, and we are here to provide the support you need.
AL 0069, AL0069, AL-0069,
120725-0252, 120725-0219, 120725-0207, A2700901480, 141119-0086, A2700901180, A2700901880, A2700901480, AL0069Q03, AL0069Q06, A2700901480, 2700901480, AL0069Q03, AL0069Q06
*Our turbochargers are sold on an exchange basis only. We require a surcharge (deposit) for your old turbocharger. When we receive your old turbocharger, providing you send it within 14 days of you receiving your new/re-manufactured turbo, we will issue you a full refund of your surcharge.
*Please note images are for illustration purposes only.
Mercedes A-Class 2.0 Turbocharger AL0069
Mercedes B-Class 2.0 Turbocharger AL0069
Mercedes CLA 2.0 Turbocharger AL0069
Mercedes GLA 2.0 Turbocharger AL0069
Infiniti Q30 2.0 Turbocharger AL0069
Infiniti QX30 2.0 Turbocharger AL0069
We also take care of turbocharger replacement for a fraction of the cost of having the work done by a main dealership.
Providing exchange turbochargers is a key part of our offer. As an established turbo specialist, we pride ourselves on holding extensive stocks of brand new and replacement turbochargers, including obsolete and discontinued turbos.
How long does it take to replace a turbo?
Time to replace a turbo varies, depending on the car model and engine and can be between 2 – 20 hours. However, the average time for a turbo replacement is 3 – 5 hours. Please note that in some cases it may take longer then expected due to broken studs/bolts or corrosion
How much does it cost to get a turbo replaced?
Exemplary cost of replacing a turbocharger:
New or reconditioned turbocharger supply (incl. small parts and gaskets): £300-£800
Oil and oil filter: £70-80
Labour cost: £60 / hour