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Kangoo Turbo is a turbocharged version of Renault’s popular Kangoo van. It was first introduced in 1999 and is currently in its third generation. The Kangoo Turbo is offered in both petrol and diesel engine variants, and is available in both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive configurations. The Kangoo Turbo is a popular choice for those looking for a reliable van with good performance and load carrying capabilities.
However, the Kangoo Turbo is not without its issues. The most common problem reported by owners is that the turbocharger can fail due to oil starvation. This can occur when the oil filter becomes clogged, preventing the oil from reaching the turbocharger. If the turbocharger is not lubricated properly, it can become damaged and require replacement. Other common issues include worn valve seals, worn piston rings, and a faulty fuel pump.
In addition, the Kangoo Turbo can suffer from cooling system problems. This can be caused by a build-up of sludge and debris in the system, preventing the coolant from circulating properly. This can lead to the engine overheating, which can cause significant damage.
Finally, the Kangoo Turbo is also known to have issues with its suspension. The suspension components can wear out over time, leading to a bumpy ride and poor handling. Replacing the suspension components can be costly, so it’s important to keep an eye on their condition.
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Fuel Injector Problems
The main issues affecting fuel injectors involve them becoming blocked and with deposit build-ups.
Turbo Engine Problems
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