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Foolishly removing turbo


Wothers11
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Hi all

Didn't have the equipment to pull the engine out so I'm removing the drivers turbo whilst the engine is in the car. 

Everything is off except the manifold heat shield to access the manifold nuts, cant seem to figure out how to remove it. Its loose but it wraps around the front of the manifold and wont squeeze past the turbo intake. 

It's a 1993 jap import.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Can get some photos tomorrow if needed.

Read a write up or two and the service manual. Knew it would be a pig of a job but I have the spare time.

Jimmer, have you done it without taking the manifold out then? Or what do I need to do hah 

Think i have another plan of attack next time I go at it.

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22 hours ago, Wothers11 said:

Sorry for the slow reply, busy few days at work.

Unfortunately the photos just come up with a 404 error for me.

Would it now just be a case of bending the locking tabs out the way and unbolting the turbo?

Bum not sure why the error on the pics, they do show the fixings access and tabs, if you have an e mail I can send then to you.

Jeff

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11 hours ago, JeffTT said:

Bum not sure why the error on the pics, they do show the fixings access and tabs, if you have an e mail I can send then to you.

Jeff

Do you have them in an open folder or changed permissions on them Jeff, to allow viewing?

Many sites show 404 error (not found) rather than authentication error, to dissuade further attempts to access.

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