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Turbocharger Removal of CRDI Engine


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For the turbine to half disassemble the engine: remove the nozzle, valve cover, cam and lifters (the latter is not required). And after all of the above to remove the cylinder head together with the exhaust manifold and the turbocharger.

For the convenience of not interfere unscrew the exhaust manifold from the cylinder head.

Next Remove the 4 screws that hold adjacent to the turbine exhaust pipe and remove it. Unscrew the three without problems, and one had to mess around for hours. Did not want to grind off both side of nearly thread-unscrew. As a replacement, bought the store in the car similar to the nuts from Lada. Just do not steel, and copper or brass. And a millimeter thicker.

Kreplenie to turbine

It remains to unscrew the three screws that hold the turbine on the exhaust manifold (two locations circled in green, the third nut is not visible.

The three nuts holding the turbine to the exhaust manifold

Photos disconnected turbine is not present, since the past three unscrew the nut failed. Head there will not crawl, but do not grab the key to the correct torque. But managed to partially disassemble and clean the turbine. Perhaps just have to cut and change the studs. But first, you can try to whittle down the sides of the nut. Then perhaps they unscrew. I did not have to unscrew and separate from the turbocharger exhaust manifold, so it was not necessary to use the imagination to this case.

Cars, which uses the same turbine (Part :28231-27500)

  1. HYUNDAI ACCENT [AW]
  2. HYUNDAI ACCENT [BA]
  3. HYUNDAI ACCENT [BG]
  4. HYUNDAI ACCENT [LC]
  5. HYUNDAI GETZ [BJ]
  6. HYUNDAI MATRIX [BE]

Cars, which used the same engine (1.5 CRDI D3EA, 3 cylinder) and the same cylinder head:

  1. HYUNDAI Accent
  2. HYUNDAI Getz
  3. HYUNDAI Matrix

Cars, which used the same engine (2.0 CRDI D4EA, 4 cylinders)

  1. HYUNDAI SANTA FE
  2. HYUNDAI TRAJET
  3. HYUNDAI TUCSON
  4. KIA CERATO
  5. KIA SPORTAGE
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20.06.2017 at 06:07 Joel Jacob said:

Hi may I know your name and contact number? because I really need your help. I saw your post http://www.full-repair.com/technics-repair/auto/turbocharger-removal-of-crdi-engine/ I'm currently having trouble removing the turbo in my 2007 Santa Fe 2.2 crdi CM. There are 2 support screws holding the turbo with is impossible to use a socket to remove it. The only thing that fits on the way of the screw is spanner, but the problem is there is no much torque using just the spanner and the screw is starting to strip out the angles. What do you suggest for me to remove it??? Thanks in advance.

20.06.2017 at 21:04 George said:

Hi!

I know that nuts.

I suggest you just cut the nuts off by angle grinder. But only nuts.

After repair use new nuts. I really don't know another ways.

21.06.2017 at 06:26 Joel Jacob said:

Hi George, thank you for your suggestion. I'm also thinking about grinding out the screw for me to remove the turbo.

21.06.2017 at 11:25 George said:

Hope you will successfully remove your turbocharger.

At my car some new nuts are made from copper.

4 nuts circled green you can see on 1-st photo was replaced to copper nuts.

23.06.2017 at 09:01 Joel Jacob said:

ohh really! so copper is more durable and heavy duty than the regular nuts?

by the way do i need to remove the turbo together with the exhaust manifold like what you did on these photos? my engine is D4EB. Thanks George

23.06.2017 at 17:33 George said:

I think copper nuts usage is not caused by durability as copper nut will not rust like steel nut.

I did not see your engine but I think yes, you should remove your turbocharger with exhaust manifold.

If you can and have some time please upload here some photos.