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I have an X type diesel with 48K on the clock.. The car was regularly serviced but one of the big ends went with catastrophic results just outside of the 3 year warranty period - new engine required. . Is their a known problem with oil scavenging with X type diesel engines?

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The problem is not the engine the injektores

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