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Ideally, monitoring the fuel pressures would be the best shot - but a short cut would be to swap the WUR if you have one that you know works fine. If that fixes the problems, then you have isolated it to the WUR/fuel pressures.
If not, then you are looking for air leaks of crappy injector(s) possibly.
I'd be fairly sure you have a leaness from one of 3 possibilities - fuel pressures (CPs) - air leaks (could be AAR as suggested) - injectors gummed/blocked.
Right - so the AN fitting on timing case is to DRAIN excess oil from scavenge reservoir. Now I get it.
But doubt I could do this on my engine - I think my turbo sits too low - ie reservoir is below the chain case, I think. Hence could not relate to pic.
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Alan
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