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hi if on engine starting and warmed you have no problems and no warning/malfunction light showing ? then i would suspect that trouble points to the engine coolant temperature sensor it tells the ecu to provide excess/choke to simplify? fuel as engine is cold so in simple theory you are trying to start with no choke as it was on old carburettor engines if you are old enough to remember ?? (joke) it was much simpler in those days however check the sensor and its plug is clean/secure and wires are ok ? when sensor works your engine fires up and runs withslight increase revs till warmed then settles to idle revsas specified in h/book this sensor is not the temp sensor that works the temp indicator guage it is a seperate sensor and larger screwed into either cyl head or block on the side hope this helps good luck
yes see this all the time, turbo has failed the compressor side.
oil has been feed straight into your engine and lit, this acts as fuel and the faster the engine the more oil, no rev limiter either.
some times it can bend a conrod.
see if the car starts now. if so and runs happy (please note it will not rev up until warm) dont run for no more than 30 seconds.
what you are looking for is a lumpy engine and lots of white smoke. if so you have bent a con rod.
if not remove all turbo pipes and clean out oil, replace turbo.