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How do you remove the turbo on bmw 320d 2004

I need to remove the turbo from my bmw 320d and fit a new one can anyone tell me whats the best way to do this

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simple. the trubo bearing/seal (probably more the seal) is stating to go and that is leaking oil into the return pipe. take pipe off and have a look at the turbo and see if you can see any oil leaking from inside of it. also oil in the intercooler = bad clean out after fixing the turbo = use solvent or something to dissolve oil but make sure you let the intercooler dry out before re-installing it

Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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replace fuel presure regulator

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SOURCE: bmw 320d engine smoking

YOU MAY HAVE BLOCKED OIL RETURN HOLES,REMOVE VALVE COVER AND CH# THE 2 F/R

Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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SOURCE: bmw 320d engine shaking

You have blown the oil rings.

Posted on Aug 29, 2009

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Maybe this guide can help you like a reference guide: Change Air Filter (with pics).

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Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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