HOW TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR TURBO
Always service your engine according to the service schedule, paying special attention to the specification of oil. Fix engine problems immediately, including intake and boost leaks. As good practice (although not strictly needed with modern watercooled turbos supplied by electric water pumps), let the engine idle for a minute after hard driving. When a turbo fails, find the root cause before replacing the unit. Request the turbo oil-feed pipes to be replaced when a turbo change is required (or after 100 000 km), as a coked supply line has the same effect as cholesterol to arteries. Never dry-start a new turbo. Ensure the proper lubrication procedures are followed when a new turbo is installed.