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Old 09-01-12, 06:07 PM   #1
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Default 2006 1.6hdi turbo replacing

I have searched for a guide to do this but can't find one, apologies if I have overlooked anything. It has been established that my turbo has packed in, apparently its virtually solid.

OH and dad are going to attempt this and a recon unit sent for. they have the workshop cd and a lot of experience with car engines, (not with peugeot though) but I was wondering if there was a thread on this by someone who has done it or if anyone would be willing to give their experience of this, point out any tricky bits etc?

We have been told all the must do's by the turbo recon company, about clearing all carbon from the engine, taking sump off, replacing pipes etc and any advice on how to achieve this efficiently would also be appreciated, and any products recommended to clear it.

Thanks

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