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Turbocharger Information

Turbocharger Information


  • After driving at freeway speeds or up a long hill, idle the engine at least 30 seconds before stopping it. Otherwise, the turbocharger could be damaged.

  • Racing or over-revving the engine, particularly after it's just been started, can damage the turbocharger.

  • To protect the engine from damage, the engine is designed so that it cannot be raced just after starting it in extremely cold weather.

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The turbocharger greatly enhances engine power. Its advanced design provides improved operation and requires minimum maintenance.


To get the most from it, observe the following.

  1. Change engine oil and filter according to Scheduled Maintenance (Search).

  2. Use only recommended engine oil (Search). Extra additives are NOT recommended.