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    Default Z19dth Induction Manifold.... Done

    Brought a new one along with a new actuator. As the swirls were leaking on mine.

    New vs Old (plus pizza)


    If your gonna clean your EGR, Do the throttle body as well.


    This is why...


    Notice the lack of need to remove the cambelt.... 2 bolts through the pully is all it needs and the diesel Pump comes off with no worrys of the cam moving. (Pump in top left corner)


    Just the intercooler, D bushes to fit today, Noticed my o/s rear shock has popped and leaked all the fluid out as well. That will have to wait till next week.

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    Very good job !
    How much cost the new manifold and where did you buy it ?

    CristianTM.

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    hi,what sort of mileage had car done ? as its just scared me,to see inside manifold. done the egr/boost/housing clean. all that soot/carbon build up stopping the swirls from working properly wow

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    Quote Originally Posted by P3tchy View Post
    ...Notice the lack of need to remove the cambelt.... 2 bolts through the pully is all it needs and the diesel Pump comes off with no worrys of the cam moving....
    Can you explain how to put these bolts in the pully?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CristianTM View Post
    Very good job !
    How much cost the new manifold and where did you buy it ?

    CristianTM.
    Ebay, and from this seller (Vauxhall dealer) Arrived next day as well. You'll need the acutuator as well, I got that from Carpart Connexion.

    Quote Originally Posted by cranny 27 View Post
    hi,what sort of mileage had car done ? as its just scared me,to see inside manifold. done the egr/boost/housing clean. all that soot/carbon build up stopping the swirls from working properly wow
    86k, Did the boost sensor and the throttle body.

    Quote Originally Posted by kantimpalo View Post
    Can you explain how to put these bolts in the pully?
    Theres 2 threaded holes in the ali casing behind the pully, It shows you how to on the TIS but on autodata it says you need a cam locking tool.

    Also replaced the intercooler as it had blown a hole and taken the AC Condenser with it.





    That was throwing up a fault code saying there was an Air leak.

    All sorted now. In 4 months of owning it....

    New manifold DONE
    New actuator DONE
    New rear banana arms x2 DONE
    New Intercooler DONE

    Still to do...
    ARB bushes - all
    New AC condenser
    New shocks x4 Leaking (B4's)
    New springs x4 Broken (eibachs - Brought)

    Then and only then will I facelift it.

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    did you take any close up pics of the pulley with the bolts inserted??, and i believe theres a KEY! in the pump shaft , was it easy to retain because ive heard it can easliy be dropped or slip out when removing the pump!! any help would be great as im nearing my time to renew mine, tried to have a look but when i tried to remove the oil catcher couldnt locate the bottom bolt.

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    No close up's I'm afraid, Yes your correct there is a woodruff key in the pump shaft and it is very easy to loose. Think its a fairly standard type but my advise would be not to loose it... lol

    Took just a tad over 4hrs but now I know whats needed it could be done under the book time by at least an hour.

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    sent a pm mate, hopefully im going to tackle this job shortly!!.

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    just found out that mine needs doing....Aaarrghh!!



    Other than the manifold, what bits am I going to need? Gaskets? The actuator that you mention, what is the proper name to search for? I've tried searching

    http://www.carpartsconnexion.com/default.asp

    for swirl or actuator but am getting no matches.

    What's the TIS? Is this some sort of manual? I've got a Haynes book of lies, but that says that you need to remove the timing belt and the pump pulley.

    I really can't afford the £800 - £1200 that some people have been paying Vx. So I'm going to have to have a go myself once I've got everything that I need together.

    Hope you can help with these questions, (and hope I don't sound too stupid for asking them)

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    Hi there i have a leaky 150bhpcdti and have just brought a new manifold loking ot do the job myself, thanks for the tip on the fuel pump pulley, I guess you just rotate the engine until the holes line up, or do you need to lock the crank first?

    Can you tell me also if you have to change the actuator? I asked the guys at dealership they change the manifolds on a weekly basis (8 since jan this year) but have never changed the actuator so I thought well thats sorted then but reading your posts Im thinking that maybe this is not the case

    thanks for your comments

    gazza

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