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I got a Mercedes E Class that got its engine overhauled and the problem i got now is that there is some oil leaking from the turbo in the exhaust pipe. i've send the turbo for repairs and the repairer said it was good. is there something that could be building pressure somewhere? plz help

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Hi mate all mercedes turbos pass a small amount of oil but how much is coming from the exhaust ?

Posted on Dec 07, 2014

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    Tad Kirk Dec 07, 2014

    much. its even dipping on the floor

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