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Turbo keeps failing on c -15 cat engine

It was building pressure in the crank case pushing oil out the dip stick and losing power. I replaced the turbo and it lasted about a week and now it's building pressure in the radiator and the shaft is loose again in the new turbo

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That pre-ACERT engine is a turbo eater, it cracks and consumes the turbo's turbine housing. You can solve the problem by getting the new heavy0duty turbo found at www.turbosforcaterpillars.com.

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The new heavy duty turbo is no longer showing at the website posted in solution #1. It is now being shown at www.betterturbo.com.

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