Removing and Replacing Turbo...one bolt!
benswann at comcast.net
Sun Aug 5 12:31:19 EDT 2007
I don't know if there is any other way. I have a set of short thin wrenches
and use these too - kind of back and for the between the various combos until
the right one is found. If I recall, only a crows foot with extension is the
way to get that nasty bolt out. Also, be aware that they switch sizes on you
and I think this one is a 15mm while the other 3 are 17mm. Could be 16 or 14,
so play with that too - Take a breather and try again. YMMV and good luck.
From: Derek Pulvino [mailto:dbpulvino at hotmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, August 05, 2007 12:24 PM
To: Ben Swann
Subject: Re: Removing and Replacing Turbo...one bolt!
Ya, that's what I was thinking too....too bad all of my local Sears are out of
metric crows feet. I've also heard heat can really help...
On Aug 5, 2007, at 9:19 AM, Ben Swann wrote:
Crows foot and extension.
[Date: Sat, 4 Aug 2007 14:33:05 -0700
Subject: Removing and Replacing Turbo...one bolt!
Message-ID: <BAY119-DAV1462722C69FAD6C72369B6BEEB0 at phx.gbl>
the turbo and was told there is one bolt that's difficult. Well I've
viewed facing the engine from the passenger side, on the upper left
Was able to get a 15mm open end wrench on it but couldn't get enough
manner that has the outside of the wrench hitting against the
breather to think on this, but in the meantime, any tool
closed end of an end wrench on the bolt.
Oh, and once I get all the bolts off I think I'm going to have hard
into the downpipe, and from the manifold into the turbo. Seems like
on which these bolts protrude at. Thoughts on this?
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