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Old 11-30-2012, 10:50 PM   #1
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1.. oil smokes out the back, cause?
bad turbo seals.... almost 190000 on it. Tired turbo?

2..oil drain back return line clogged? car sat for
4-1/2 yrs till I bought it back.

3.. oil feed line to turbo, clogged and or ruptured
or possibly small hole?? turbo hasn't burnt up, still pulls.

4..oil in my vac lines, cause? PCV not checking properly?
Wrong PCV? Maybe clogged oil/drain back line causing
over pressure, reason for oil problem?? But, would that
also be a cause of oil coming out of the top of the dipstick
handle? NOT the tube, the handle itself, where it curls
back over into a question mark, right at the tip, oil blows
out???

Any suggestions, comm. an leak down ill do in the morning
before I crawl under the car.
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Old 12-02-2012, 06:06 AM   #2
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Oil from the dipstick tube indicates excess crankcase pressure which would be from worn rings or a PCV system that has lost vacuum or its breather system is not functioning properly.
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Old 12-02-2012, 07:31 AM   #3
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NAJ, we must have a psychic connection, lol. I was thinking that same thing. I know the rings aren't worn, cause the motor doesn't even have 5000 miles on it yet. So it has to be the PCV valve, as I bought one on rockauto last night, for a turbo z, an it looks completely different from the one that's on there now.

I'm doing a comm. test this morning, ill keep you informed, off to Wally World now, got good quality Chinese goods to buy, lol
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ok this is what I found NAJ...

cyl#1...110
cyl#2...145
cyl#3...145
cyl#4...50...then...85...then...75

suggestions?
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Old 12-02-2012, 12:42 PM   #5
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If that's the true reading on #4, then pour a little oil into the spark plug hole of that cylinder and retest. If the number shoots up, then most likely you have a ring issue. If not, you need the do a leak down test to see where the compression is going.
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ok this is what I found NAJ...

cyl#1...110
cyl#2...145
cyl#3...145
cyl#4...50...then...85...then...75

suggestions?
Your 5000 miles engine is trashed.
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