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Badcleva

Turbo Oil Feed And Return Pipes - How To ?

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Hi folks,

I have tried to get some info on this , but finding someone with real TDCI knowledge is suprisingly hard work! I'm hoping someone may be able to help ;)

Basically I have oil spewing out of what I am pretty sure is the turbo oil feed pipe. I obviously need to replace the pipes, both feed and return.

I have removed the return pipe where it enters the block by the sump, that was simple enough and I have removed one of the return pipe securing bolts at the top of the return pipe where it meets the turbo and I am sure with a bit of messing I'll get the other one.

What I am struggling with is getting the feed pipe off at the turbo end and the end where is enters the block right behind the alternator :angry:

Other than the turbo heat shield and air intake I haven't removed any ancillaries. I have read elsewhere that it's an easy job, I am now beginning to wonder !!

Any help please ?

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