R32 Engine and Transmission Removal ~ Time for an Engine Rebuild

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12 replies
  1. Satnam Singh
    Satnam Singh says:

    It’s an amazing information. I research everyday to get more information about the car servicing and repairs, and finally I have got the good one.

    Thanks for sharing the information. Kepp posting.

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  2. Chris Pederson
    Chris Pederson says:

    Thanks for sharing how it is important to take out the engine of a car, clean it out, and perform a teardown before adding a turbo to the car. I’ll most likely need a stand of some kind for this. Something to hold up the engine while I work on it.

    Reply
  3. Mobile Mechanic
    Mobile Mechanic says:

    Its funny that you mentions a mobile guy came by to evac all the refrigerant in your R32 before you started to drain the rest of the fluids in the vehicle to pre for the rebuild. A customer wanted us to do the same for their car because they were doing to DIY a new compressor BUT we didn’t have the tools to do it! Like you, we gotta add it to the list of things to buy!

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  4. ES Auto Tech
    ES Auto Tech says:

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