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post #1 of 8 Old 07-12-2010, 12:19 PM Thread Starter
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2002 leaks under turbo.

Pretty good oil leak coming from under turbo. I can sit and watch it drip. Have oil inside passenger side of y pipe when disconnecting to get better look at leak.

Please point me in the right direction guys. Just returned home from watching the Coke 400 in Daytona (7 year olds first race). Oil smell started about 150 miles from home and thankfully my wife and kids weren't stranded.
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the oil in the Ypipe could be from the CCV(crank case vent) thats normal depending on the amount of oil. The oil under the turbo could be due to the fact that the pedistal o rings are leaking.

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You need new pedestal O rings. They're like $3 from the dealer.

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post #4 of 8 Old 07-12-2010, 02:28 PM
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Sounds like turbo pedestal o-rings.

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yup do them orings... might as well throw a ww in your turbo while you have it out while you're at it. its easyy.
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mine needs done also. if i find a write up i will post it for ya. i also have all the metric bolts on the way incase i strip or loose one. its catalog county around here so one lost bolt and im done. im also going to do the ebpv delete while im in there.

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Would this picture show the leak? Notice in the area surrounding the o-ring, there is a burnt or rusted spot in the smooth, shiny metal. Top of the larger ring in the photo.





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looks possibly like it!
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