F56 S Turbochargers
Mitsubishi OEM original manufacture replacement turbocharger is a guaranteed exact fit replacement for the original turbocharger that came in your vehicle.
HW Part Number 49477-02350 49796-86403 TD04LR6W-04HR
OEM Cross Reference 11657617527 11658626636
Vehicles this Part Fits
- 2' F45 Active Tourer (10/2014 — 03/2018)
- MINI F56 (04/2013 — 03/2018)
- MINI F55 (09/2013 — 02/2018)
- MINI Clubman F54 (11/2014 — 07/2019)
- MINI Cabrio F57 (11/2014 — 02/2018)
- MINI Countryman F60 (11/2015 — 06/2019)
- Billet compressor
- Extended tip compressor wheel
- High temperature alloy turbine housing
- Twin scroll turbine housing
- New wastegate actuator (new only)
- Water cooled cartridge
This is a brand new Mitsubishi OEM original replacement turbocharger and is a guaranteed exact fit replacement for the original turbocharger that came in your vehicle. Please make sure to check engine before ordering there are 2 engines with the same name and this turbo only fits the engine with the 2port head. If the new actuator is retain/used the vehicle will need to be taken to the dealer or a show with the BMW tools to have the wastegate learning done. Otherwise dash will display a check engine light or service engine light/warring.
This turbocharger has been fully refurbished and all damaged components replaced. However this turbo does not come with a wastgate actuator. If you need a wastegate actuator select new or purchase a new wastegate actuator. Price Includes the core charge of $250 that will be refunded when a refundable core is returned to JMTC.
For best results and to retain the Mitsubishi l warranty before installing your new turbocharger JMTC recommends the following. Sending your OEM catalytic converters (there are 2) to us for refurbishment or getting a high flow downpipe (and secondary catalyst) and installing a new oil line with the turbo. Cleaning or replacing the catalyst and replacing the oil line will eliminate the build up and oil coking that happens over time. This is will insure that preexisting problem/s or the problem that caused the initial turbo failure does not cause the same issue again. Do it right or you may have to do it twice.