Question about 1989 Saab 900 4 Door
I have pulled the spark plugs holes in cyl head there is no silver shining it's all black so I don't think it's the head gasket. However I did notice that there is oil dripping from the bottom of the turbo. I have a small amount of water in the oil. I think I may be dealing with two different problems. Any input would be very much appreciated. It's a 1999 93 2.0 turbo engine. Just rebuilt the engine and installed it, and these problems occurred.
Sounds like the bearings in your turbo, or your return pipe for the turbo is blocked and oil is building up to the point of leaking out the bearings into the exhaust.Let me know :)
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Sounds like the all too familiar problem of water in your oil. Check you radiator fluid, to see if it may be losing its level, and if it is, fill it, then check it again in a few days. That may be it.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
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