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Hey so recently have had my TDO4HL-13G start leaking oil and having shaft play it is time for a new turbo so I want to upgrade I have a 2002 Volvo xc70 (Engine: B5244T3) I am heading to a local wrecking yard (Pull N Save) I was wondering from what year and model VOLVO TDO4HL-16T is a straight bolt up to my 2002 volvo xc70 

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As forementioned, you could use a 16T straight from the pick & pull. Just be sure to check beforehand that the pulled turbo has the same exhaust output type to the downpipe (straight - inline with the turbo shaft, or angled output). Everything else is bolt-on. It is possible though, being a larger turbo and ECU not being calibrated to it, to have some check engine issues due to the higher boost provided. ME7 should compensate for it though..

 

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