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57 plate 16 hdi
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I'm fitting new turbo and oil feed pipe, there is a filter inside the bolt to the feed pipe, do I leave that in or take it out ??? Thanks


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Defo without a doubt remove the mesh filter from the bolt, done mine 7 months ago.
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I can understand removing a filter to help prevent turbo failure, but doesn't the new pipe come with a modified filter?

I've read much conflicting advice on this subject. I wish someone who knows rather then guesses, would write a definitive article.
MkIII VTR 1.6hdi Modutop, Climate Pack, 16" Alloys
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It's a modified part designed to prevent premature turbo failure so yes leave it in, peugeot spend millions developing engines and modifying parts that don't perform as well as expected...
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I left it in Smile


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