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05 golf 1.9D TDI engine code BKC

Hi their' My intercooler pipe on top of the engine seems to collapse when i rev up to 3000 rpm!.. i'ts as if my intercooler is blocked. i have stripped all pipes and checked intercoller, & air is passing through intercoller fine. Their is a small amount of oil in intercoller pipes but i'ts what i would expect. Their is 170.000 klm on the car, & full service History!.. any ideas Andy!..

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  • balwin Jul 17, 2008

    The oil getting into intercooler pipes when i checked it' is comming from the breather pipe on top of the engine, could their be a problem with the turbo?

  • balwin Jul 17, 2008

    what would cause the intercooler pipes to colapse at 3000 rpm?.. could it be a blocked turbo' or faulty turbo?..

  • balwin Jul 17, 2008

    thanks alot guys' the shaft was broken in the turbo!..and the vane had stopped turning. I had a feeling it was the turbo' but i needed to be sure!.. thanks ch' and Dicky, yours sincerely balwin Andy IRL

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    there is an exhaust leak from the engine , it does not appear to be coming from the exhaust pipe and I can not see where it is coming from. It it does appear to be from the drivers side of the enginel. It is a TDI , I have looked from the bottom and the top and cannot trace the leak.

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Hi,

Your query "what would cause the intercooler pipes to collapse at 3000 rpm?" To my knowledge, this indicates two (2) possibilities:
1. the intercooler pipe wall is too thin or is not rigid as it should be; and/or
2. the intercooler air cleaner is blocked.

A blocked turbo or faulty turbo would not even make your engine reach/sustain 3000 RPM. Additionally, a blocked turbo or faulty turbo would not be able to spin the intercooler turbine fan enough to draw that much air/create vacuum to collapse the intercooler intake pipe. It should be noted that the intercooler system is only meant to cool the air drawn by the turbo before it enters the engine.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

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The oil getting into intercooler comes from the crankcase cyclonic breather on the right hand side of the cylinder head, some oil will is normally present here. From your description oil in the intercooler seem to be ok, wouldn't be normai if oil was leaking out from intercooler.
Clean the intercooler, check PCV valve hoses and intake piping.
The loss of compression is not necessarily a problem with intercooler. For example it can be a problem with the ECU not regulating the amount of fuel pumped, or dirty injectors failing at a certain rpm frequency.

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

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    Ginko Jul 17, 2008

    Turbo should start boosting at around 2000rpm, but a faulty turbine failing at 3000rpm can cause this problem.

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It will be a problem in the turbo ,

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U have to with a good car michenic he will solves your problem he will charge u for this $100 to $200

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Check the seals on the intercooler, for oil to get in the pipes means that the seals are damaged and its loosing compression

Posted on Jul 17, 2008

  • Rishi Roshan Ali Jul 17, 2008

    Loose of compression or slow deompression would cause the collapse, yes there is a problem with the turbo.

  • Rishi Roshan Ali Jul 17, 2008

    You may also want to have a look at Ginko's Post..

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