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Most people remove the exhaust manifold with the turbo from the top. You can also drop the turbo from the exhaust manifold if you're careful. Remove the radiator to get at everything.

You'll need some exhaust gaskets and may need some spare studs and bolts if the old ones break off.
 

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take the heatshield off the manifold and give the 2 nuts & 2 bolts that hold the turbo to the manifold a very good soak in WD40!!

remove rad, induction pipework, disconnect all water/oil feeds, disconnect dowpipe, undo the 2 nuts & 2 bolts, drop turbo down a little then remove the whole lot.

you just need some exhaust paste for the downpipe, and a little bit of sealant to help on the turbo oil drain to sump join.

and dont forget to disconnect battery!!! it is soooo easy to catch the oil drain on the starter motor feed and blow a hole in it when it arcs!!
 
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