Question about Volkswagen Jetta
I would tend to agree with the tech, especially if performance and milage have been on the decline. there are seals in the turbo to keep oil on the bearings, and if the turbo gets hot (which they all do), and wasnt allowed to cool by idling the vehicle a few minutes to circulate the oil on the bearings and cool them, the rubber seald eventually give out which lets lots of oil run thru into the intake and finally into the engine where its burned off. as for the warranty om unsure, but you can try looking for a used turbo, or a reman unit and install it yourself.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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