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Gasket on turbocharger inlet or not?

Cleaning up my turbocharger, the outside is quite dirty and oily. I removed the turbocharger oil pressure inlet pipe (held on by 2 allen screws). I didn't notice a gasket/o-ring/crush washer there. Is there supposed to be? I can't find a gasket listed on Pelican Parts for this area...

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should be a gasket. 930 107 123 01
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There is supposed to be a gasket there.

Part number 930 107 123 01

I've bought one from Pelican before.
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Thanks guys, much appreciated...

I am always amazed at the stuff PO leave out...that explains the leaks...
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Thanks guys, much appreciated...

I am always amazed at the stuff PO leave out...that explains the leaks...
Yeah, that's why you got the car so cheap.
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Mike, I can't complain. The car was a stellar deal for a DIY kind of person . I enjoy working on it, its therapeutic...
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