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Old 25-07-16, 08:37 AM   #1
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Default 307 HDi RHR top engine mount issue

hey guys!
i'm after a little advice if i may be so bold

So i changed the turbo over the weekend, it took so long due to two things (well, three if you count on muppetry, sweltering heat and working outdoors)

The first issue was the left hand beneath the wing E-Bits subframe mount wouldn't undo so i struggled to drop/refit the turbo and precat in one go.

And the other issue was that i couldn't remove the top engine mount cover due to one of the bolts being stuck and rounding off, this then meant that i couldn't roll the engine forward to do up the v band between the turbo and pre-cat.

Does any of you helpful souls have advice on how to remove an engine mount bolt?
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