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Why my 05 pt cruiser 2.4 turbo smokes alot when you stop and go with only 73000 miles

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please click this link and select the proper option given there and solve it by yourself and get your doubts cleared.

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SOURCE: 05 pt cruiser touring turbo code po 302

you have a carbon build up problem try running lucas gas treatment in the car with a full tank of mid grade gas if this does not cure it leave another post and I will give you then next step to fix it, or you can go to http://www.alldatadiy.com and buy a subscription and read all of the recalls and coustmer trouble problems to help locate the problem.

Posted on Jun 17, 2009

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SOURCE: my pt cruiser 06 2.8 turbo started leaking oil?

OK, anytime oil gets into the cooling system or vice versa, there's a strong possibility that there is a leak at the head gasket.

Could have to do with overspeeding the engine.

The cooling system can get up to 14 to 16 psi, enough to burst into the oil lines which run next to the cooling lines in the head and block.

If it's spilling on the front driver's side of the car, then you have some serious problems with this engine.

Posted on Jul 31, 2010

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SOURCE: 05 pt cruiser turbo.oil is

It is getting into your exhaust manifold-the return line is either restricted or blocked, or the oil seal inside the turbo housing is either leaking or blown, usually due to excessive crankcase pressure.Try disconnecting the oil feed and return lines first, clean them out, and try it again-if it is still there, the turbo will have to come out and it will have to be gone over for blown seals.

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