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Change turbo oil supply line on 2002 vw beetle turbo s the main oil line to turbo is leaking real bad, bad enough i can't drive the car

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Maybe try to replace the line.

Otherwise, try tightening clamps, if there are clamps there.

Posted on Jul 06, 2010

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Don't know if this has anything to do with your problem, but it could be worth a try.
My 2001 turbo had a similar problem when it was low on oil.
The oil light never came on, but it was low enough to cause it to stall.
Seems there has to be enough oil circulating on the camshaft (I think they told me the camshaft, now it has been so long that I am not positive).
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Peace,

Rob

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