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    Hi everyone. Recently I have replaced turbocharger and need to crack engine before starting my car. It is Vectra 1.9 CDTI 2006 and what to I need to disconnect to stop ignition?

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    Maybe take the fuse out for the fuel pump

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    Engine : 1.9CDTi

    Year : 2005

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    I'm guessing to prime the turbo with oil? I just poured a little into mine when I was putting it together. It'll get oil pressure more or less instantly anyway.

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    Yes to prime the turbo. I have already injected oil into it but to be on safe side wanted crank the engine without ignition.

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    Unplug the injectors, it won't start then

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    I did this a couple of weeks ago. I disconnected each injector and cranked it 3 times for around 15 seconds (no more or you overheat starter motor) leave about a minute between each crank. Plug injectors back in and start her up. Just to be clear, I pulled each plug off the top of each inject, be careful with the little blue bits they snap easy.

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    Vehicle : 1.9cdti sri xp2 nav

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    just disconnect plug from the common rail.should only need to crank the engine couple of times, as said above, youll burn the motor out with prolonged cranking!

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    Just run it up and let oil run through. 30 secs turn off. Top up oil go again do it 3/ 4 times and its gives an accurate info on the amount of oil going through turbo when vehicle running

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