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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-16-2018, 04:25 PM Thread Starter
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Engine removal

Does the turbo have to come off the engine in order for it to come out. Looks like it's a tight fit, thanks.
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-16-2018, 04:39 PM
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Re: Engine removal

it is easier. but I removed mine and reinstalled it with it in place so it can be done.

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Did you remove the core support to get it out?
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Yes I had to replace it anyways plus was adding intercooler


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Re: Engine removal

If you remove the hood, the core support does not need to be removed. I just did it to rebuild mine. You will need a lift that can lift the engine over the core support. I used a tractor and loader for mine. You also want to place a pice of plywood in front of the IC to protect it.
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I left the turbo on, and just unbolted the core support at the top and leaned it forward. Then the motor came straight up and out. If not, you pull the turbo, and rotate the motor 90*, then it comes straight up and out.


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Re: Engine removal

In the idis, always had to remove the oil filter. No matter what would always find a way to get hung up on it. Lol

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In the idis, always had to remove the oil filter. No matter what would always find a way to get hung up on it. Lol

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Re: Engine removal

3 unless it's a sd, iirc. Lol

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Re: Engine removal

Yeah 3 for OBS, and 2 for SD up to 03, then they went back to 3.

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