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Oil in exhaust

Well lost my turbo a couple weeks ago and finally got all the parts to put it back together but I still have one problem. When the turbo let go I lost all my oil out the exhaust and i have no idea on how to get it out. Any advise would be much appreciated.



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Drive it hard and burn it off.



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Well lost my turbo a couple weeks ago and finally got all the parts to put it back together but I still have one problem. When the turbo let go I lost all my oil out the exhaust and i have no idea on how to get it out. Any advise would be much appreciated.



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Just like was said above, run it for a few miles and it will burn off. Don't be shocked if that things smokes (blue) for a few miles while the oil burns out of the hot exhaust. It could take a little while for it ALL to get burned out.

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