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Why would Oil be in the water 1996 2.0 non Turbo

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Oil in the water is caused by cylinder head gasket blow.

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Here's a link to a very good video on the subject.

http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-replace-a-water-pump-in-a-vehicle-102464/

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SOURCE: G'day Just wondering how much

  • The 1.8L non turbo engine requires 3.4 quarts of 5 W 40 full synthetic (according to manufacturer specs) Always makes sure to start the vehicle after the oil change for a few seconds and shut it off, wipe the dipstick once and re-check the oil level it to make sure.
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G'day Just wondering how much oil i need to put in my Audi A4 B5 1.8L Non turbo 4 cyclinder, 1996 model. Cheers,


  • The 1.8L non turbo engine requires 3.4 quarts of 5 W 40 full synthetic (according to manufacturer specs) Always makes sure to start the vehicle after the oil change for a few seconds and shut it off, wipe the dipstick once and re-check the oil level it to make sure.
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Jun 24, 2011 | 1996 Audi A4

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I have a 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse Gs non turbo that has a water outlet that has been pitted and needs replacing. I cannot find the outlet for the non-turbo. Any suggestions?


Your problem is most likely because you are describing your vehicle as a "Gs". The only similar listings in the catalog are for a "GSX". (The parts counter person probably has no clue that there is a difference) The GSX is only built in a turbo version, therefore you will not find a water outlet for the non-turbo version...it simply does not exist.

Now, if you simply describe it as an Eclipse, there are water outlets listed for the turbo 2.0L, the non-turbo 2.0L and the non-turbo 2.4L engines. You did not bother to mention engine size, so I will list the part numbers for BOTH of the non-turbo engines.

For the 2.4L engine: Compressor Works Part Number 815517

For the 2.0L engine: Compressor Works Part Number 815576

Both are available from AutoZone

Apr 17, 2011 | 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse

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The leak looks like it is in the front cover or block it also looks like a weephole? shoots out when truck is running and is on passenger side of engine


IS it water or oil
If water then its either a pin hole in a hose or a pin hole in the Freezer plug (Core plug) and you will find it can drip when engine off and spraying out when engine running.
If oil then you have a problem its either oil light switch
(which often drips) or if turbo then a gasket on the feed side of turbo.
Let me know how you get on . RON

Nov 11, 2009 | 1996 Dodge Dakota

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Any particular quirks to changing the oil in a 1998 V70? I have 160K on it, is it time to go to a different grade of oil?


No different from any other oil change, just reset the oil life on the dash if it has one which i believe it does. The oil grade is 5W-30 on the turbo engines and 10W-30 on the non turbo engines. If you like you can go with the synthetic oil which will give you up to 25,000 miles or 1 year before service, but you do have to replace the oil filter every 5,000 to 7,000 mile and top off the synthetic oil which in the long run be cheaper then changing the oil and filter every 5,000 miles or six months for turbo and 3,000 to 4 months for non turbo engines. Good luck and hope this helps. 

Jul 03, 2009 | 1998 Volvo V70

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Porsche 993 turbo 1995 oil leak


this a turbo problem, you must to repair turbo

Jun 29, 2009 | 1996 Porsche 911 Turbo 3.6

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I want to add TURBO to my 1996 Golf III Diesel, and need to know what to change/add. Thanks.


well i have never done it myself. but its going to be alot of hassle.
its not the same as sticking a turbo on a petrol

1 you need a manifold which will suit it
2 for best results you need an exhaust to match
3 you will need to replace the fuel pump. to match the size of your engine (preffrably take the turbo and the fuelpump from the turbo version.
4just as well stick a new timing belt on while the fuel pump is off
then you need to tap into the oil as turbos need a constant oil feed. and that might require drilling and tapping into the block.

this is only an educated guess but im sure its pretty standard in fitting a turbo to a non turbo viehical.

May 15, 2009 | 1983 Peugeot 504

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1996 turbo deisel fuel and oil leak.


The fuel pump is located under the turbo on that truck. It is most likley washing sediment/old fluids out of the vally of toyr engine. It is also driven by a push rod that ths cam drives, so the lower pump o-ring may be leaking too. You can change the fuel pump without pulling the turbo. Good Luck

May 09, 2009 | 1996 Ford F250 Crew Cab

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Subaru impreza 1996 non turbo


REMOVE BELTS FROM FRONT OF ENGINE, REMOVE COVER ON TIMING BELT, REMOVE TIMING BELT AFTER MARKING THE WHEELS WITH THE ARROWS ON THE CAM SHAFT WHEELS. WATER PUMP IS LOCATED AT BOTTOM HOSE HOUSING IT IS A COMPLETE UNIT INCLUDING CASTING. EASY TO FIT REPLACE ALL PART AND MAKE SURE TIMMING BELT IS NOT OUT OF SEQUENCE GOOD LUCK.

Oct 12, 2008 | 1996 Subaru Impreza

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