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post #1 of 4 Old 07-05-2019, 01:07 PM Thread Starter
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Turbo cooling line

Well I’ve now replaced two of these coolant lines, once on my 2011 and on my brother in laws 2013. Can’t say it’s a difficult job, but a good topside creeper would be helpful. And there was not much room for his intake to come out of there. Mine seemed much easier. Anyway, don’t run from the repair, just take your time.
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Will probably need to do this to mine (2011 build)sooner than later, recommended parts to change while there and any extras other than the obvious? Thanks!

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The snap to connect fitting and the turbo coolant line itself. I also replaced the intake gaskets since it was already off. His were starting to leak so it was a good thing. His leaked so bad that I couldn’t find the snap ring on the fitting so I cut the tube with a saws all.
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Might also at least tighten the vacuum pump bolts too. Mine were stupid loose like out 3-4 turns. Stopped the oil leak!
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