Hi all, this is my first time posting on the forum so let me know if this is the wrong area for this. First off the truck is a 2020 Ranger FX4 with 62k miles, I bought it last year. Last week I got three check engine notifications on my FordPass app for "Turbo wastegate stuck closed" "Engine oil pressure low" and "Powertrain malfunction / reduced power." I took it straight to the dealer and my powertrain warranty is 2,000 miles expired. They told me the turbo was toast and gave me an estimate of $3,200. I got the detailed breakdown on that and its $900 in parts and $2,300 for 7 hours of labor. $328/hr??? An independent quoted me $1800-$2100 which seemed more reasonable. How hard is it really to swap out the turbo? I've seen a few videos and it seems like a pretty simple bolt-off, bolt-on job. I think I could do it myself judging by the videos I've seen but my only previous car experience is a 1988 MR2 that I had as a project for 4 years - a 2020 Ecoboost is quiet a big jump in complexity. I also hear the actuators are prone to going bad on these so it might not be the entire turbo. Has anyone here replaced the OEM turbo and if so how hard of a job was it? Anyone got a detailed guide on the matter? Everything I get on google is for upgrades or wastegate installs.