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Oil on turbo and firewal

As title states. I have oil on turbo by ebpv arm and you can see it hits uppipe, fuel line from pump to head and firewall. Also on downpipe. Truck has not lost any oil. Curious if this could be from VC gasket i replaced with a dorman part instead of OEM. If not where should i look. Got on it last night for first time and today while checking oil this showed up. Some pics are zoomed.

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clean oil out the best you can. let idle and watch ebpv rod and pedestal o ring's. use a mirror if you have to.

valve cover gaskets will normally leak but not spray like that.

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Just about to write and say i looked again and it def isnt coming from VC

Truck has been blue smoking. Worse after idling. And not so bad after driving heavy so to speak. Thought it had bad turbo seals, and already have them on hand as well as a spare turbo. So i will clean it up and do a check.

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With what is stated. Is it more than likely removing turbo and pedestal and putting new orings on pedestal and turbo going to fix issue? Or should i put new turbo in truck with orings? Possible it could be ebpv portion of pedestal? Where the ebpv pushrod connects to turbo on exhaust side, it had dripping oil residue yesterday adter 4 mile test drive.

Dont want to go through replacing turbo and o rings and it have been a pedestal issue to begin with.

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