The Peugeot instructions are basically correct, but you cannot remove the top clamp from the turbo to the cat because the bolt head is hidden behind the shroud - the turbo/cat is pre-assembled and fitted to the engine before installation in the Cooper D
The Peugeot article is written around the 307, there is not enough room in the Cooper D to follow the posted instructions.
The diff pressure bolts are 18mm, not 17 mm.
Is there anyone who has actually done this, and not read an article on a Peugeot forum ?
Again, can anyone help with pages from the Mini workshop manual, please
Haven't done it myself, no. The turbo/cat assembly is not pre-assembled as far as I know. I've had the turbo on my Clubman changed and the garage didn't remove the front of the car, they removed it in situ and unbolted it from the DPF/cat.
Normally the bolt faces forward so it can be accessed. Doesn't help you, I know but it's strange the way it's been installed on yours.
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