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Re: O-ring on turbo oil return
If you clean it at the block and put on some sealer it helps,the only way to fix it if your asking this ? would be to pay a VOLVO tech to do it correct or live with it it is very common and is normally not a big leak
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It's not that hard. If you put the car on a lift or jackstands you can crawl under and see where the return line goes into the block. The leak will be obvious.
Get the seal and remove the line and roll on the new seal and put the pipe back into the hole after you clean it carefully.
OIl from the pcv valve from the oil being retained in the rocker cover from the oil not being allowed to run back to the sump.. Blockage at the oil return line to the sump from the turbo allowing oil pressure to leak past the seals on the turbo shaft. Check for kinked hose or hose failing internally closing it off
hi it is most likly the oil return from your turbo that is leaking ther is a gasket betwen the turbo and the oil return line that is leaking on your car. God iuck an come back to me if you nead more help. Hans
common oil leak on those vehicles is the "quick connects" where the oil lines go into the oil cooler (what i believe you are calling the "doble") replace the o-rings on the quick connects for the lines