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Oil in water I have a 2005 PT cruiser 2.4 turbo I

Oil in water I have a 2005 PT cruiser 2.4 turbo I am getting oil in my water but no water in my oil. I have had the head gasket replaced and I had the Turbo replaced. and I am still getting oil in the water. has anyone else had this problem.

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Did you bolt all in the right order from the middle to the outside.
and is the enginehead cheked out in special store.
this is hardly to be done at home.

Posted on Oct 18, 2013

Testimonial: "Yes I followed the torque sequence from the shop manual, the head was removed and taken to a machine shop where they pressure checked it and check to see if it was warped."

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SOURCE: 2004 chrysler pt cruiser starter motor removal

You may sneak it out with small fingers with out pulling out the starter.

If starter removal is required,Just unhook the battery cables,Remove the 2 bolts holding the starter on.


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SOURCE: saab 9-5 2.3 turbo leaking....

as the turbo is cooled by water and if the bearings fail yes its possable if the car is auto the rad has a oil cooler built in to it or the auto box or at the worst head gasket

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SOURCE: My 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser w/turbo (2.4L HO) has

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SOURCE: I blew the turbo on my 2005 pt cruiser limited ed.

What kind of spark plugs did you use??? Here is a list of plugs that you can use on your Turbo engine.

Champion
* Copper - stock # 440 - RE14MCC5 (OEM)
* Copper - stock # 470 - RE14MCC5 (supercedes/replaces # 440, but some catalogs same part #)
* Copper - RE16MC (supercedes/replaces RE14MCC5 and new Chrysler recommended gap is .040)

NGK
* Copper - LZTR4A-11 (supercedes/replaces RE14MCC5 and new * Chrysler recommended gap is .040)
* Copper - stock # 4306 - LZTR5A-13 (one range colder)

If you use the platinum spark plugs used on the Non-turbo engine, they will start to glow and cause misfires and can cause engine damage to saver detonations throughout the RPM cycle.

As for the over heating, you could have a blown head gasket from a severer detonation if you notice coolant and oil mixing in your engine and coolant tank. The less cause for over heating wold be a bad thermostat or a faulty radiator cooling fan, cooling fan relay or cooling fuse which is located in the engine compartment fuse box by the battery.

Good luck and thank you for using Fixya.


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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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My 2005 PT cruiser turbo has just started heavy white smoke when idling. Does not happen all the time and appears to run rough when it does


Hi Barbra:
1) I'd be suspicious of a bad head gasket with a possible leak between a cylinder and the water jacket.
If fumes smell like coolant that would be a confirming hint.
Check the oil (dipstick) and see if it has a milky colour or if there is any water visible. If the head gasket problem is only as in 1) above, it should be just oil.
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- Permanaent fix (expensive) - Off to the repair shop for a new head gasket.
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Are you sure it is oil? Could be carbon mixed with water vapors and may simply need a very good servicing and depending upon how much, it may be normal..

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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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Could have to do with overspeeding the engine.

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