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help help asap turbo

ok i am pulling aprt my truck to night and i pulled the boot line from the turbo to the intercooler and there was oil in the tube down at the intercoller side help me is this bad is my turbo going bad where is this oil comeing from
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theres absolutly nothing wrong unless its alot of oil they all have oil in them i cant remember the exact reason or where it comes from but it is normal

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I was expecting you to say "help, my turbo blew up in the middle of the desert... what do I do?"


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The oil is in there because of the CCV (Crank Case Ventilation). Completely normal. You can do a CCV mod and eliminate that problem though. There are some links on here about how to do it and what kit or parts you need.

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