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Turbo air leaking

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My turbo is leaking air underneath at the connection after the elbow!!!! Any one know what the part # or if I can get this gasket at one of the national parts stores. Thanks in advance...

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do you mean where the elbow bolts to the down pipe or where the elbow bolts to the turbo?

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There is a piece of cast aluminum that clamps to the intercooler pipe. Where that piece connects to the turbo. Is it supposed to be a gasket or an o-ring? Been outside playing with it, think I got the leak stopped but I was thinking it had an orange rubber gasket and all I saw was an o-ring....Hope the rest of the gasket if there was one isn't in the I/C..:doh:

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That orange o ring is all that should be there. When i put that pc on i hold it on the turbo flat and use the other hand to clamp it on. Make sure the clamp is 1/2 on the turbo and 1/2 on the elbo pc to the intercooler.

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THanks, was out there with a strap trying to get the two pieces to hold together while I got the clamp on. Would not seat properly and stay to get the clamp on and tight...Think I have it now:pray:

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If you want you can just slap it all together and start the nut on the clamp, when it starts to get snug make sure it is flat and true. Them threads are fine and you have to turn the nut a zillion times. :mad:

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