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What is normal oil consuption in a 2008 vw eos with a 2.0 turbo?

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Less than half a quart every 5000 miles.

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

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Well, your desire to not waste money is spot on. This stuff is pricey.
Statistically the turbo is the most suspect. What happens is you super heat (normal use for turbo) and shut the vehicle down. Temps in the turbo eventually kill the seals and you pump live oil into the exhaust. Sometimes there is a sudden and large change in oil consumption, tricking those that watch fairly close the oil level and almost "know" at what level to expect the oil on next check.
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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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