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My Seat Toledo 1'9 TDI 55 reg has a turbo oil seal leak. My sister is writing this for me as i don't understand mechanics. It has already had two oil seals replaced and as far as i know this is from a bottom pipe on the turbo.The mechanic says if this one leaks again then it will be £1000 for a new turbo.This is a slight leak.Can someone tell me if this is a waste of money please. My sister thinks there must be a simple fix. Could it be that the oil seal is not being seated correctly? many thanks

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I hate to rub salt in your wounds but after all your effort the time spent you could have the engine back in by now.
All the tin ware needs to be lifted well clear as you know the oil cooler is upright in the path of the Rotor/fan, this also needs to be raised well clear as the cooler needs to be taken off completely, you will want to clean surfaces and internals won't you?
So all shrouds to bodywork off,(Engine bay) throttle cable disconnected, clutch cable disconnected your generator wires off and finally fuel pipe. 4 bolts on gearbox bell housing and slide engine out or down for clearance on trolley jack.
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Blue-ish smoke is oil, its burning it somewhere, is it high mileage? seem down on power?? could be a bad ring on a piston.

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