The Little Turbo Company Ltd offer a limited warranty, to the original purchaser, for the repair of their turbocharger for a period of 12 months from the date of purchase. Proof and date of the original purchase will be required before any warranty can be contemplated.
Units for which a claim is being made must be returned to The Little Turbo Company Ltd complete, any attempt to dismantle or repair the unit will invalidate the conditions of the warranty.
The warranty does not cover the cost of any labour or materials required to remove or reinstall the turbocharger.
All other liabilities such as indirect or consequential loss (including loss of profit, recovery of vehicle) are expressly excluded.
Should the return turbocharger found not to be faulty due to a manufacturing defect then the full cost of the repair will be charged.
Warranty is conditional on the vehicle being properly serviced according to the vehicle manufacturers recommendations, this includes using both the correct grade and type of oil.
It is important that the failure reason and all underlying issues are resolved before refitting, The Little Turbo Company cannot be held responsible for failures caused by external factors for example: oil starvation, oil contamination, overspeed, impact damage. These can be caused by issues such as a blocked oil feed pipe or a drop in oil pressure, particles entering the oil system, split boost pipes, damaged intercooler, worn injectors, a faulty EGR valve, blocked DPF, faulty boost control valve, hot shutdowns etc.
In the event of any goods proving defective during the period of the warranty due to faulty material or workmanship the Company shall, at its option either supply replacement goods or repair such defective goods.
We do not offer labour for claims where the unit needs to come off or go back onto a vehicle or recovery of the vehicle.
By purchasing a turbo charger or relate product from The Little Turbo Company you are agreeing to the full terms of our warranty without exception
This warranty is in addition to, and does not detract from, the contractual rights that you have under statute and common law.