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Prime the Turbo after replacement

Looking for some "creative" ways or insight on how to best prime the bearings in the new turbo after I install it. - Ryan
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With the turbo oil reservior removed, pull the fuel pump fuse and crank the car until oil flows out the bottom of the turbo. I use a large detergent bottle to catch the oil.
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PERFECT! Just one question..... any help you can give me on which fuse is the fuel pump would be greatly appreciated.
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Inside the hood, driver's side, is a fuse panel. On an early turbo, there are two red round relays towards the back of the panel. Pull them both. If you are unsure, pull the coil wire to the distributor to eliminate a spark.
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