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Turbo cars do drag some oily residue through the inlet system and, if the hose seals are worn, wil drip oil. This is all ok..just clean up the hoses and fit new seals. Make sure you always flush engine oil and use a new oil filter with the CORRECT engine oil.
If the airways are not correctly serviced, air mass meters, sensors, throttle body, egr will all get clogged up.
Regular service saves money.
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
have you tried changing your oil filter and all of your gaskets also you have sensors all over you engine you myt wanna try checking them out
Posted on Dec 05, 2012
OIl from the pcv valve from the oil being retained in the rocker cover from the oil not being allowed to run back to the sump.. Blockage at the oil return line to the sump from the turbo allowing oil pressure to leak past the seals on the turbo shaft. Check for kinked hose or hose failing internally closing it off
Posted on Mar 10, 2013
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