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1988 2.5 t oil leaking from turbo

And maybe at oil switch below oil filter

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If oil is physically leaking from the turbo, out the exhaust side, the turbine side seal needs to be replaced. Based on it being a 1988 it probably needs to be gone through completely(replace seals & bearings) or replace the turbo. If the oil switch is leaking you will need to clean around the switch and verify if the fitting is leaking or the switch is leaking.

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