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Old 08-18-2010, 04:47 PM
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Leakin oil mech. shop say I have a broke piston

So yesterday I was leavin work and noticed oil drops under my so I went home to check it out. I pulled the intercooler tubes off and noticed alot of oil in them, so I checked the turbo shaft and it was fine truck was still puttin out a ton of black smoke as well. So since the shaft wasn't loose witch it shouldn't be I just put a gt38r on 3 weeks ago I put I put back together and took it to the shop this mornin they ran some test and noticed a bunch of oil blow out of the crack case vent tube so the think I have a bad piston.! They r gonna do a compression test tomorrow can u guys give me any help on maybe what else it could be please!!! Thanks
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Old 08-19-2010, 01:24 PM
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Its probably nothing these things are known to have blowby to stop the oil in your IC boots you need to do the CCV mod NCHORNET it think is still selling them or you can make your own like I did but I would try that a bad piston would sound like a dead cylinder and your engine would run like a turd
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Its probably nothing these things are known to have blowby to stop the oil in your IC boots you need to do the CCV mod NCHORNET it think is still selling them or you can make your own like I did but I would try that a bad piston would sound like a dead cylinder and your engine would run like a turd
We the truck run good still but they haven't checked out yet but thinkin I have a bent rod!!!
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