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The turbocharger is a kind of air pump that takes air at ambient pressures (atmospheric pressure), compresses it to a higher pressure, and passes the compressed air into the engine via the inlet valves.
Maintaining the turbocharger can be done whenever using the car. When first using the vehicle each day, or if having been unused for more than three hours, it is recommended to let the car idle for a few minutes before driving off in order to avoid any wear and tear to the turbocharger. Drive the car at a regular speed for a few minutes to make sure that the oil gets to all the parts of the turbocharger, and always slow down gradually as you approach your destination and let the car idle for a few minutes before turning off the ignition.