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Old 10-17-2012, 02:08 PM
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1/4" of oil in drivers side exhaust

2006 6.0 130kmi stock e350
engine runs good cold, warms no power,sounds like a gas engine when its predetonating from bad fuel, let of accel pedal and it runs up rpms like its getting fuel from intake, 1/4" of engine oil in drivers side exhaust and when running has oil dripping on driveway, any ideas?
thanks for your help
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Do not run it anymore, it sounds like your turbo seal has blown. If you keep running it like that you stand a chance of having it "run away". Injesting oil into the intake, your engine has the potential to rev up to high rpm on it's own. The only thing you could possibly do at that point is to pull the filter and hold a board over the intake and hope it dies. Turning the key off will do nothing.

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If you decide to keep running it, get us a video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0gN...e_gdata_player

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oil in exhaust manifold

hey thanks for the info ill pull turbo and let you know about seal
where is info on rebuilding turbo seal?
cant afford to let it run ill let others provide entertainment lol
thanks again for help
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Yea, keep us updated. I'm not sure about the seal replacement. Not sure how deep you can get into it without professional help, one screwup on the turbo can cause major damage. They are balanced to prevent premature failure and disetigration.

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You're going to have to put a turbo in it. Resealing one is not a reliable, they are technically non-servicable. There are several ways a turbo can fail and a seal may only be part of the problem.
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Mazesecond has an 05 turbo for sale, cheap.....

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