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Peugeot 207 Turb of Mic

Peugeot 207 Turb of Mic

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Published by: PineTree Pinheiro on Jan 19, 2012
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Forge Motorsport Peugeot 207 turbo FMIC fittingguide
Tools required:- Vehicle ramp or axle stands and jack, T20 torx driver, 10mmspanner or socket, pin pinch and small hammer, 13mm spanner or socket, flatblade screwdriver, 8mm hose clip driver, 7mm hose clip driver, 5mm allentype hex key, electrical insulation tape, protective clothing, gloves andeyewear.1/Place vehicle on ramp or axle stands. Open Bonnet/Hood. Remove the4xT20 torx screws from the top edge of the bumper. Remove the T20 torxscrew within each wheelarch. Remove the 2x10mm bolts and the 4 plasticclips that retain the lower edge of the bumper. Remove the front sections ofboth front wheelarch liners by removing the plastic retaining clips. Once thearch liners are loose you can gain access to the 2x10mm bolts each side thatretain the bumper to the front wing/fender. Disconnect the fog light
connections either side and lift the whole front bumper section clear. Seepictures below.2/ Remove the plastic grille on the upper right of the engine bay by turning the2 slots through 90 degrees to the right. Remove both complete headlamps,these are retained by 3x10mm screws and the single electrical connection toeach headlight.
 3/ Remove the 2x13mm bolts at the top of the radiator panel as shown below.Loosen the 2x hose clips at the top of the convoluted hoses from theintercooler. Completely remove the 2 plastic air pipes located on top of theengine (the 2 leading to the intercooler hoses) by removing the 2x10mm boltsthat retain each pipe. Remove the single air conditioning pipe bracket on thelower left as you look at the front of the car (see picture below). Push the topintercooler retaining clip through the radiator panel so the top edge of theintercooler is free. Disconnect the single electrical connection to theintercooler fan system. Remove the crash bar by removing the 6x13mm bolts.Lift the radiator panel slightly upwards and forwards so it is free from thelocators. Now lift the intercooler upwards and out from the engine bay (youmay need help here to lift both the radiator panel and the intercooler from itslocation at the same time) Be careful not to damage the small bore wateroverflow pipes that run just behind the intercooler.

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