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    Turbo removal 1.4tdi 75

    Has anyone taken there turbo off I'm in the process of doing it it's all undone and off i just can't get it out from behind the engine it's the square peg round hole scenario.

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    not done this myself, but removing the drivers side engine mount and the dog bone mount should allow the engine to swing forward and thus provide more clearance, also the Air inlet for the cabin heater is removable and therefore provides a lot of extra room at the rear top of the engine


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    Air inlets removed already I'll have to try the engine mount option i saw on here somewhere that someone said it lifts out but looks pretty impossible

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    I looked at that i need someone who's actually done it really for some real world experience

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    Ok so the turbo is finally off and eventually out jacked up the engine and undid the engine mount on the left handside,next job shotblast the manifold and find a tool for the odd bolts holding the turbo to the manifold some weird 16 point things.

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    On my Tdi they were Slpine bits either M10 or M12

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    Not on mine the ones you've listed are male i need female

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    Quote Originally Posted by justjust73 View Post
    Not on mine the ones you've listed are male i need female

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    There's 1 12mm nut and 2 of these strange bolts

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    I thought there also 11 or 12 mm socket
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