XDP Xtreme Diesel Performance | SKU: XD566

XDP Xpressor OER Series New GTA2256V Replacement Turbocharger XD566

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Replace the failed or damaged turbo in your 2000-2004 Sprinter 2500/3500 2.7L with an XDP Xpressor OER Series New GTA2256V Replacement Turbocharger XD566. Common issues such as a lack of lubrication, worn seals, oil contamination, and excessive temperatures can degrade your turbo over time.

Signs of turbocharger failure can include noisy operation, loss of power, decreased fuel economy, increased oil consumption, excessive smoke, or a check engine light. Replace the failed GTA2256V on your 2.7 with an XDP Xpressor OER Series Replacement Turbocharger.

The XDP Xpressor New Turbocharger is a high-quality replacement turbo for your Sprinter without the high price tag of buying one from your local dealership. This unit is 100 percent brand new and offers all the latest design updates to help provide a reliable service life.

All turbo's are subjected to comprehensive end-of-line testing throughout the full RPM sweep. In addition, the Noise, Vibration, Harshness (NVH) is analyzed, pneumatic and hydraulic leak testing, along with burst test and hot gas stand validations are performed.

The Xpressor OER Series New GTA2256V Replacement Turbocharger is an OE-style stock replacement for your Sprinter Van. The direct-fit design offers a straightforward install and attaches to all your existing factory equipment. A turbocharger installation kit is included with new gaskets and O-rings.

  • New Turbocharger
  • OE-Style Stock Replacement
  • Certified To IATF 16949 Standards
  • Meets Or Exceed OE Specifications
  • Pneumatic and Hydraulic Leak Tested
  • Burst Test and Hot Gas Stand Validated
  • Includes Turbocharger Installation Kit
  • Noise, Vibration, Harshness (NVH) Analyzed
  • End-Of-Line Tested Through Full RPM Range

WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.