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oil where it shouldnt be???

heres the deal... new motor, turbo, injectors, fuel system everything was going great for the first 10,000miles now its got oil in the exhaustand smokes white/blue, thought it was the turbo but its dry on the exhaust side has some oil in the intake side (truck has ccv mod) so not sure where its coming from, injector orings look fine but im in the process of replacing them anyway.

I started the truck up one morning about 20* out idled fine a little smoke on start up (idled about 10mins) then when i went to pull out of the drive it started to smoke white/blue about 2 or 3 miles later its pouring out the exhaust...

any thoughts on what else would cause this?
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Check the turbo shaft for play, you may have a bearing going out if there is oil in the intake side with a CCV mod. Could also be leaking on the exhaust side.


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Is your CCV mod tied into the exhaust (or is it just a draft tube)? Cheers!

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ccv is draft tube to the ground. turbo seems fine i cant feel any in and out play just a little up and down. I thought it was the seal but there is no oil in the exhaust side.
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