pulled car into the garage changed the turbocharger went to start car and it acts like the motor is locked up
First thing that needs done is to see if the engine can be turned by the crankshaft bolt. It shouldn't require a lot of force and should turn freely. If not, then you may have an issue with hydralock. If your turbo intake seal was bad, and allowed oil to be pumped into the cylinders enough to have the top of the cylinders filled, it would not allow the pistons to move all the way up because of the hydraulic pressure of the oil in the cylinders with the valves closed. You might also just try removing the coils and spark plugs and see if it turns freely. If you have excessive oil in the cylinders, you can layer absorbent material over the cylinders and spin the engine over until it blows it out. It could get messy, so this may require a lot of cleanup.
If it won't rotate a full revolution, you probably have debris from the turbo holding an intake valve open. It can happen when the turbo fails and allows the vanes to make contact with the housing, breaking them off to be sucked into the intake port. The debris could jam between the valve and valve seat, causing the valve to hang open and to make contact with the top of the piston. If this is what has happened, you most likely have a damaged valve, piston, or more. Good news is it's repairable if the piston isn't marred badly and the cylinder isn't scored. Remove the head , have it reconditioned/rebuilt at a good machine shop and reinstall.pulled plugs no oil issue pulled valve cover and timming chain cover do not see any issue so far