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Pulling the engine in the 84 turbo
Posted 27 August 2005 - 09:05 PM
- Anyway Progress of the engine is comming along smoothly. Only thing on the top half left to disconnect is the a/c compressor, and the power steering, I'm just gonna push them off to the side, I don't really want to disconenct their hoses. While the engine is out, I plan to replace all coolant lines, preferbly with thoes special red hoses, I'm tempted to do the vacume lines, but they look alright to me. I'm replacing the transmission cooling lines as well so it stops leaking tranny fluid. Also replacing the starter moter, sense I have a spare and that one, is a bit flaky, not sure yet if it's really a problem of wireing or the starter, I'll find out soon.
--Fuel system? I know when the moter runs, sense it's multi-port fuel injected, it runs at a high pressure. Is this thing going to be pressureised after sitting for a week? And What other interesting things should I be careful about when I disconnect the fuel system, pull the engine, and remove the heads? Injectors are in the heads, so they'll have to either come out, or get disconnected from the fuel rails in some way or another...
I wish I had a book on a ea81 turbo engine but I don't. Anyway, thanks for the help.
Posted 27 August 2005 - 09:34 PM
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Posted 28 August 2005 - 05:02 AM
That online scan of an fsm that was floating around has all the info for the removal and so on of the ea81t. You should be able to find it with a search.
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