Question about Air Tools & Compressors
I can only answer this through my own experience and all i can say is this is pig. You can only get to remove it by removing the inlet manifold and turbo from the top, or the drive shaft from the bottom. I chose the top way as i didn't fancy removing the drive shaft and it's complexities. Once the turbo is out of the way you can just about get your hand and tools in but you also need to go underneath to get to the bottom bolts. as above this is just about doable.
When you remove the tubo oil feed pipe watch for the small o'rings each end and remember to make sure they are there when you refit. Again experience, i dropped one and didn't realise untill i had a pool of oil under the car.
Any proffesional mechanics may have an easier way but i can't see how.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
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