2nd 2012 1.8l mt 147000km
Okay to start I'd take a firm couple days for this project, I managed to do it in one. First you will need to remove the filter box, throttle body, intake manifold, and alternator to gain full access to the access plug. plug comes out with a #8 allen, but is soft aluminum so be careful about stripping it. at this point you want to guage the depth of the valve so you know how far to insert. I didn't check if there was a recess to stop the valve, but if there isn't there is more than enough depth to lose the valve in the oil galley.
All the way in there. From the video above I tried using a #8 wood screw, but only proved helpful for breaking the orange plastic. once the plastic is out you'll need to fish out the ball, in my case I magnetized a slotted screw driver to get it out.
Main tool off the day a piece of 3/8" threaded rod, 3 nuts, and a washer. I tore apart another tool for a threaded shaft that was easier to customize into an extractor. nontheless the same can be done with the threaded rod and file widdeling the end into a point that will thread into the valve sleeve. two nuts on the end tightened together for grip, and the third nut with washer some where in the middle of the threaded rod. once the rod is threaded into the valve sleeve, this may take a while as oil will do its thing to lubricate, hold the two tightened nuts and thread the third nut against the washer, against the engine block. this will pull the sleeve out.
now folks take proper precautions and let the starter run the motor till the oil pushes out any potential debris. follow it up with a q-tip or four and make sure there's no metal paste or shavings left behind. now I looked in the fuse box for the fuel pump fuse.... and then the fuel pump relay.... and, well nothing corresponded to their locations. I didn't find where either one was so I hooked the fuel line back up to the fuel rail before turning the engine over, or gas would of come out as soon as the ignition turns on.
installing the valve. the wood screw was a good aid in positioning the valve in the hole. once situated start using a 5/16" socket and extension to hammer the valve in, once in drop a size in socket to finish seating the valve and referencing the depth taken in the beginning.