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Turbo and engine been overhalled ,200kilometres further i had to fill it up with 2.5litres of oil.there is no visible oil leaks and no smoke coming out of the exhaust.Reason for turbo and engine overall is that the bakkie used 15lt oil from roodepoort to durban and also no smoke or oil leaks. Did the garage take my money or what can be the problem.

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  • AttieNorman Apr 13, 2009

    won't you see the oil leaking?

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Sounds like the turbo oil seal is leaking, this would account for not seeing any smoke.

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    yadayada Apr 13, 2009

    no the oil is sucked through he engine, u won't see it on the ground, thanks for trying?? that is a very unfair rating indeed, answer is correct. The oil amount you mention os disappearing almost always is the turbo oil seal on the pressure side of the turbo. I do this on my own time without pay, just tryinf to save you some cash. I have 30 years of car repair in my past, Iam a certified Master technican in all phases of repair, and I give it all away for free!!!

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