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I have a water leak on the turbo side of my engine it is behind the bottom pipe that comes out of the turbo it is a 14mm bolt that goes in to the engine block right next to the engine mount i can not

I have a water leak on the turbo side of my engine it is behind the bottom pipe that comes out of the turbo it is a 14mm bolt that goes in to the engine block right next to the engine mount i can not see what it is there for i have tried to tighten it but it is tight but that is where the water looks to becoming from need to know what the bolt is for and if it can leak there isuzu trooper 3.0 2002

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  • gannut Nov 10, 2014

    no it not the turbo its just above where the bottom pipe off the turbo goes back to the sump and right next to the bottom engine mount is a 14mm bolt not shore what it is there for but leaking there

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Possibly a coolant leak somewhere above the turbo is what I would suspect. I haven't seen any water cooled turbo's within the automotive industry...

Posted on Nov 09, 2014

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SOURCE: transmission leak Isuzu Trooper

Tighten then in an X pattern working outward to about 12 foot pounds. Do not over-tighten, use a rubber/cork composite gasket if available.

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