Compressing air generates a lot of heat, so the turbocharger has multiple oil and coolant passages…
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When a turbo oil leak occurs, it can lead to a range of issues including reduced engine performance, increased exhaust emissions, and potential damage to other engine components. The leak can be caused by a variety of factors including worn seals, cracked housings, or excessive oil pressure.

To determine the source of the leak, a thorough inspection of the turbo and surrounding components is necessary. Once the leak is identified, the appropriate repairs or part replacements should be carried out to prevent further damage to the engine.

Conclusion:

It is important to address a turbo oil leak as soon as it is detected to prevent further damage to the engine and ensure optimal performance. Regular maintenance and inspections can help to identify and address potential oil leaks before they become more serious issues.

FAQs:

Q: How can I tell if my turbo is leaking oil?

A: Common signs of a turbo oil leak include blue smoke from the exhaust, reduced engine performance, and a noticeable decrease in oil levels.

Q: Can I continue driving with a turbo oil leak?

A: It is not recommended to continue driving with a turbo oil leak as it can lead to further damage to the engine and other components.

Q: How often should I inspect my turbo for oil leaks?

A: It is recommended to inspect the turbo and surrounding components for oil leaks as part of regular maintenance, such as during oil changes or tune-ups.

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23 Comments
  1. @rbyaldrzee6657 5 months ago

    Beatiful 👍🏻💯💯

  2. @darren6044 5 months ago

    ahh rotarys engnies loves this 😀 aha jk

  3. @sandisandi-bl9sg 5 months ago

    Signore, sono molto contento di questo video e mi sento aiutato nel mio lavoro da questo video e ne sono molto grato

  4. @domesticcat5069 5 months ago

    🗨️🛬

  5. @zanastumasonis 5 months ago

    if turbo was missing oil pressure for a long time (5-10min) would only the brass bearings get worn out or the shaft as well?

  6. @steveprentice4513 5 months ago

    Every turbo leaks a tiny bite of oil, you can't stop this.

  7. @etiennejean7094 5 months ago

    Thank for the info

  8. @zaitonyahya4768 5 months ago

    Akademi binaan Malaysian

  9. @xKypQx 5 months ago

    Can bad seals in turbo cause a puff of rather white smoke when gas pedal is released? There is no smoke when accelerating. Only when deceleraring after hard and long acceleration. I cant see any oil nor antifreeze level drop

  10. @cali4484 5 months ago

    😒😒

  11. @gerhardmeyer8891 5 months ago

    There are no seals on a turbo, just two piston type rings on either side…

  12. @cakeo4651 5 months ago

    so that's how it's lubricated fascinating

  13. @WorivpuqloDMogh 5 months ago

    On a diesel this is a death sentence. A colleague of mine had a 3.0L V6 TDI with the turbo that failed and the oil went in, it ran away and detonated

  14. @aqrealestateking 5 months ago

    Wooow thats why my car wont pass INSPECTION

  15. @shayanmustafa3579 5 months ago

    I have a Two Question ? Waukesha 275GL+ How Many Jaket Water, Aux, & oil Pumps GPM?
    My name is shafqat Mustafa

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  17. @ACommenterOnYouTube 5 months ago

    Who is this

  18. @joemama069 5 months ago

    Damn i hoped for free bird or mississippi queen

  19. @bobl78 5 months ago

    does a bad turbo seal always burn oil or under certain conditions.. like after coasting downhill=?

  20. @benjimann4438 5 months ago

    Well… Ok then!

  21. He said "shaft" 😃

  22. @novosib9017 5 months ago

    what about big plooms of white smoke?
    – Mustang, 2016, Turbo, 4cyl

  23. @nightinthewhite3817 5 months ago

    also your engine can explode

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