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Oil coming out of the intake manfold, what is the cause 1.9 volkswagen tdi

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You can try to replace the PCV valve. Usually this problem means worn or broken oil rings, engine valve stem seals, or an oil passage leaking at the head gasket. You can try checking your spark plugs to see if any are fouled.

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I have a 2002 VW Jetta TDI and am problems with turbo.


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1.Disconect lower hose from intercooler and oil (from 0,1 liter or more) (sometimes 1-2 liters) comes out, you should not drive it.(car had probably loose power) Change the turbine, oil and oil filter. do not forget to disconect lower hose and let oil drain out. Otherwise when new turbine is instald, the air flow will **** this oil inside the engine and distroy it.
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