Question about Hyundai Tucson
Your turbo has provisions for oil to cool bearings and the seals have blown out, although from my experience the result is white smoke if it is pumped into the hot exhaust. The reason it goes is usually a combination of things-high boost at cold temperatures, thicker oil under start up conditions or running oil that is a higher viscosity than recommended. Your crankcase pressures, the condition of the PCV and subsequent systems also contribute to this problem
The return path from the turbo is sometimes the issue and has to be clear, and I think the turbo seals could be bad, but black smoke is usually associated with excessive fuel.. You will also get alot of smoke when the oil return is slow to return the oil to the sump and it backs up into the turbo. It forces it's way out of the seals making it smoke.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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