Jocko

No Boost - No leaks, No codes

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Back to the turbocharger for a minute. LOL

I was looking at this video which some of you with turbo issues have probably seen.

This guy seems to change it fairly easily by splitting it down the middle but towards the end I do notice the new bolts on the manifold and the exhaust of course.

What are the odds you could change the turbo like this? It's in German so you can practice your highschool German or lower the sound but over all a great video.

 

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Gadget fitted, working as intended and no  fault codes. 

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Used contact adhesive to glue the two parts together.  Would have preferred a darker colour. White stands out too much. 

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When I used the Mercedes cable I used the unused connector and plugged it into the EGR valve connector socket to protect the contacts.

 

When I built my own connector, I jammed springy foam into the EGR contact shell.

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