Question about 2003 Volkswagen Passat
The N75 valve located on the bulkhead is a common problem on these cars. The N75 valve controls the turbo variable guide vanes. It is located on the bulkhead next to the egr valve controller. These 2 components are the same part, so try interchanging them to see if the problem disapears. Good luck
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Tdi Turbo Charger
Most likely yes, but you may want to investigate whether a second-hand turbo is a better option price-wise. I don't know what the TDI turbos sell for, but on the gas engines, the stock K03 turbos only go for a couple hundred dollars (or less) used, with no endplay. It may be less hassle to just source a replacement in order to get your car back on the road. You could then have your turbo rebuilt at your leisure and keep it as a spare.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
SOURCE: 97 passat tdi turbo charger
If your talking about a 97 Vw passat it's gonna be a challange. I have one my self and I have all the performance parts. I just got a 04 turbo off a EVO. It's gonna be a tight squeeze fer sure. I put it on a lift actully yesterday to be exact. And you cant up it in from the bottom. If your really helbent on putting in a turbo your going to need a turbo manifold that fits your engine, a innercooler, a wastegate, a blow-off valve, oil lines to go to your turbo, and for my sake a turbo timer because worth it. teh job will take about a day or two. The job is pretty much impossible to do by your self because every nut and bolt has to fit right. Now if your wondering where all this stuff is gonna be, well it has to be in the back where your exhaust is. There is barely room but it can be done, it's gonna be a tight squeeze. I'll have pics up of mine in a few months. Oh and by the way take off your intake. and get a cold air intake, not only do you get soo much more room under the hood you get better gas and speed :)
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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