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300tdi as blowen the turbo is it a big job to replace

I was driving a few hours and suddenly started to loose power so i pulled in and the jeep started to rev to its max,i couldn'd switch it off so i had to stall it.this is my sisters address as i dont hav one.

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It is a fairly big job but i think it will hurt you check book more than anything...good luck

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