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I am going to say 'blown turbo'. As I understand it, they needs replacing every few years. They are susceptible to heat and incredible revolutions. They have to be lubricated, the seals go, and you get smoke.
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is it fresh oil or blowing out old oil it will take a few to clear out muffler , but after that there's more wrong ,when you pulled off old turbo was it leaking , did you clean out intercooler of all the oil ?
It could be locked with oil in the cylinder. Remove the injector and turn the engine by hand to expel the oil. Top up the engine oil and refit the injector. If the engine won't turn with the injector/s out then it is seized and needs rebuilding.
Brian Id have more first hand knowledge and repair experience to convey to you if my 2004 Canyon with 132,000 miles had required me to do any thing other than put gas in her, change her oil (every 8,000 miles if shes lucky) and change her brake pads once. Best truck ever... designed tough, built strong, and created by looking back on previous vehicles failings and mastering a solution to be better. . Brian we're whoms known to have fortuitousness . enjoy your rig. Oh and swap out your fpcm to end the ghost pumping prpblem
Its going be tough to pull out anything other than a small 4 cylinder without a hoist. You could use a comealong. Its like a small hoist, has a chain and a lever you can use to lift the engine. It has a hook on it to allow you to attach it to something.
But to be able to use it you need to put the car underneath something that is sturdy enough to support the weight of the engine, like a large limb on a tree or a metal frame of a garage or something like that. And you will need a sturdy chain. The bigger the better. Attach the chain to your engine lift hooks. Get some grade 8 screws,nuts and washers from home depot. Get the largest diameter screws that will fit through the links of the chain. Make a loop on each end of the chain by putting the screws through links and tightening the nuts on the screws. Put the loops you made on the engine lift hooks. Attach the come along to the tree or whatever you can find thats sturdy enough to support the weight of the engine with another chain. Then lift the engine out.
you will have to detach the ac compressor and power steering pump and tie them out of the way with pieces of wire. That way you wont have to discharge the ac system or drain the power steering fluid. Remove coolant hoses and fuel lines. And remove the half shafts for front wheel drive. Then detach the motor mounts/transmission mounts. Of course, theres a lot of other stuff you need to detach, but im sure you know that already.
You can rent engine hoists for like $35 a day from a Taylor Rental or other equipment rental company. Rent it one day and take it back and rent it another day when you are ready to put the engine or another engine back in.
It is a pain in the ****. There is a handle under the hood, behind the headlight that slides to release the whole headlight lens. It sounds easy but the slide is usually got all kinds of dirt and rocks in it and won't slide.