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Lots of moke

Tranit 04 reg duratorque2.0 ltr 125ps turbo fail and oil went everywhere fitted new turbo and exhaust clean all pipes and intercooler but it still still smokes a lot

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  • andyuk1968 May 16, 2009

    i had it running in my garage for 2 hours at about 2ooo revs i didnt want to take it on the road and get pulled by the police

  • andyuk1968 May 17, 2009

    thanks for ur replys will checck when i get back to work tomorrow

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How far did you drive it after installing turbo??? sometimes you need to take it out on the highway for several miles to burn everthing out of the exhaust system.

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  • tim ledford May 16, 2009

    its hard to tell how long itll take to clear up unless maybe you check the ehaust pipe near the turbo inside to see if its still fresh oil in there...also check the return line for oil return to make sure its not stopped up.....if so that will cause a big oil burning problem..please let me know..do you want my e-mail address to assist you with this

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