Question about Volkswagen Jetta
You're looking at either a leak in they exhaust or intake for the turbo system, or a bad turbo(usually bearings). Check all connections going from the turbo to the intake, but usually these are issues with the bearings in the turbo. Have you ever shut the car off immediately after finishing driving? This will often cook the bearings, as the turbo needs time to cool before sitting. The oil going through the bearings keeps them cool, and this is what usually does a turbo in.
Posted on May 25, 2010
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