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Join Date: Mar 2011
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The pcm has to see a specified oil temp before it opens (don't remember the actual temp). Even though you're shutting it off and turning it back on, the engine still may not be warm enough to deactivate it. Or it could be sticking.
It can be serviced, but, as said, if you take it apart you might as well gut it. The rod can stick and the o-ring can go bad causing an oil leak that would be visible on the turbo pedestal.
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