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Turbo repair and replacement

Does anyone know how long does it take and how hard is it to get to the turbos of the Allroad. I have heard you have to remove/lower the whole engine. Thats a first for me, always had turbo cars where the turbo is very easy to remove.

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Yep, you've heard right - the easiest way is to actually remove the engine from the car. Because it's a biturbo V6, the turbos are snugged up under the heads, and are virtually inaccessible from above or below without significant disassembly.

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