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Turbo Replacement

Unfortinately, the turbo on my truck decided to come apart on my. I got a replacement, but im having trouble getting the old one off. The problem is getting the bolts out of the exhast side going to the exhast manifold y pipe going to the turbo. any suggestion on getting them out?
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post #2 of 12 Old 05-11-2009, 04:31 PM
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Lots and Lots and Lots of pb blaster. Did I meantion you need lots of pb blaster.


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I got the top 2 bolts out no problem. The problem is with the 2 nuts on the underside. i just can figure out a way to get them off. once Those two are off, then its almost done. any help?
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Remove the clamp that holds the Y pipe to the turbo. Then you can remove the turbo out of the way. Really no need to remove the Y pipe from the Up pipes.


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It is on the exhaust side of the turbo. I just cant get the nuts off the bottom two bolts. I really need to have this running tonight, cause I need to haul a backhoe tomorrow. everything else is disconnected except the pedistal.
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Remove the down pipe, remove the clamp for the exhaust Y pipe, remove the clamp for the intake Y pipe, Remove the ebpv acctuator arm, remove the waste gate, and then reomve the two bolts that hold the turbo to the pedistal.

The only thing I forgot to mention is to remove the intake off the turbo. What two nuts are you talking about.


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Got the down pip, air intake, the y pipe for the intake, The waste gate, The actuator, all that. The problem is where the exhast manifolds connect together on the back of the block. There is a Y pipe back there, and that bolts onto the exhaust side of the turbo. its the 2 9/16 nuts thats that im having the problem getting to. Its a 97 with a garret turbo.
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Hmmm on the 99-2003 the exhaust Y pipe is held on by just a band clamp. Sorry man really don't know being never took a turbo off an obs truck.


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Extension with a wobble end. Perhaps a 1/2 indrive reduced to 3/8 drive. I am assuming you are having trouble breaking them lose or are you having trouble getting a wrench on them.

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