7.3 Installing the turbocharger


During installation, a turbocharger that is not lifted in compliance with regulations may fall, and can cause serious or even fatal injury.
- If the bearing casing is not provided with a reinforced suspension lug, the complete charger must be  secured by the air outlet casing  and gas inlet casing.
- Select a suitable rope taking into account the weight of the turbocharger.
- Suspend the complete turbocharger using the two ribs provided for this purpose.

- Remove cover from the oil connector.
- Check the lifting equipment.
- Secure lifting equipment to the suspension lugs on the bearing casing.

If provided
- Secure the lifting equipment to the suspension lugs on the gas inlet casing (see illustration under removing the turbocharger).


Observe weight of the turbocharger.

- Mate turbocharger with the engine.
- Tighten the fixing screws on the foot, in accordance with the engine manufacturer's instructions.
- Mate the insulating shell with the bearing casing and secure.
- Secure all gas, air, and oil lines in accordance with the engine manufacturer’s instructions.

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