Question about 1993 Isuzu Pickup
The turbo is in need of an overhaul/replacement. The problem is that people do not let turbo charged engines idle for at least 5 minutes before turning them off. The engine oil is coolant for a turbo much like antifreeze is to an engine. Exhaust temperatures reach up to 1700 degrees F and if the turbo is not cooled down, it will cook the seal that keeps oil from entering the engine. Have a shop that is experienced with replacing turbos do the job and it will cost quite a bit. Always cool down your trubo and it will last lots longer.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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