Question about Chevrolet Cobalt
If you look where the oil filter is you may have a bolt in the housing where the filter is screw onto.
If not then you will need to check a oil gallery which usually run along the bottom and going up to the top of the engine block. They will have bolts blocking these on the outside of the engine block.
If you have non there then look along the cylinder head for oil galleries which would run up to the cam gear. These will be bloccked off with bolts also.
Just remove some of the bolts in the engine block and the cylinder and see if oil leaks from them. They will be a supply line to your turbo can use.
The bolts wont be very big or very long usually they will be a size 3/8 - 7/16 bolt head or 10 - 12 mm.
Hope this helps, let me know how you get on.
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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