how to find your part number

Find Your Part Number

Finding your turbo or diesel part number is usually quite easy when you know where to look. If your turbo or diesel part is still in the engine, it is easier to send us your VIN/chassis number. We have original parts catalogues for every European, Japanese, and US OEM and can identify your part for you.

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Find Your Turbo Part Number 

Garrett  | | Mitsubishi / MHI | Toyota | Holset
Schwitzer

All Garrett turbochargers follow the same basic part number format: 6 digits, followed by a dash, followed by another set of digits (or ‘suffix’). For example:

761302-0001
or
761302-1

Always take note of the suffix – in many cases the first six digits may be the same, but different suffixes may well be incompatible with one another.

Replacement turbochargers from Garrett add a ‘5’ and an ‘S’ to this suffix.

So, what was:

761302-0001
or
761302-1

Now becomes:

761302-5001S

This is a brand new genuine Garrett turbocharger and exactly the same product as the original installed on the production line.

Garrett turbocharger data plates also show the model series, for example:

GT3267, DSGT3067S, GTA4708, and so on.

Don’t confuse this for the part number. Model series often cover dozens if not hundreds of different, incompatible turbochargers.

3K / KKKsection3

All BorgWarner 3K / KKK turbochargers follow the same basic part number format:

5326– the model number
970– new as originally installed
7200– the suffix

So, for example, 5326-970-7200

5326 denotes the model, in this case K26. Also 5316 – K16, 5440 – BV40, etc.

This format may be on the data plate of your turbocharger, e.g.:

BV40-0035

Replacement turbochargers from BorgWarner 3K / KKK replace the -970- with -988-.

So, what was:

5326-970-7200
or
K26-7200

Now becomes:

5326-988-7200

This is a brand new genuine BorgWarner 3K / KKK turbocharger and exactly the same product as the original installed on the production line.

Mitsubishi / MHI

All Mitsubishi / MHI turbochargers follow the same basic part number format: 5 digits, followed by a dash, followed by another 5 digits. For example:

49377-07720
or
49477-01214

Replacement turbochargers from Mitsubishi / MHI have the same number format as above.

Mitsubishi / MHI turbocharger data plates also show the model series, for example:

TDO4L4-11TK3/VG, TDO5H-16G, TDO6H-14C/14, and so on.

Don’t confuse this for the part number. Model series often cover dozens if not hundreds of different, incompatible turbochargers.

IHI

IHI turbochargers have a few different part number formats, the easiest of which to identify is a short combination of letters and numbers, e.g.:

VB15, VA55B, AS12, etc.

The data plate may also have the longer format, e.g.:

VB180047

Toyota

Toyota turbochargers often do not even have a data plate for finding your part number. Where there is a part number, the Toyota format is:

17201-

Followed by another 5 digits, e.g.:

17201-67040

Where no number is present, just send us your VIN/chassis number and we will identify the number for you.

Holset

Holset turbochargers always have the same part number format: 7 digits, e.g.:

3780211, 4035330, 5322533, etc.

Schwitzer

BorgWarner Schwitzer turbochargers have two part number formats, the first is:

1500– the model number

970– new as originally installed

9487– the suffix

So, for example, 1500-970-9487

1500 denotes the model, in this case S500.

This format may be on the data plate of your turbocharger, e.g.:

S500-9487

Replacement turbochargers from BorgWarner Schwitzer replace the -970- with -988-.

So, what was:

1500-970-9487
or
S500-9487

Now becomes:

1500-988-9487

The second part number format for BorgWarner Schwitzer are simply 6 digits, e.g. 319034, 314160, 177488, etc.