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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 13-03-2017, 22:08 Thread Starter
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Oil out exhaust?

I Keep seeming to get loads of oil spots on the back of my car after driving it.

This was yesteday, then I washed it today and after i got home from work looked again and can confirm it is actually black spots of oil on the back of the car.

I'd assume its coming out the exhaust with the smoke?

Never seen anything like this before, anyone else had this?

Been doing it for a few months now

Decated and sdi injectors.

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What boost are you running and have you bypassed the original oil breather?
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No still got original setup, 20 PSI atm + remapped.
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Any possibility of a fuel leak too (tanks are known to rust!).
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I've found out that I've got an oil leak, but its not the sump plug, looks like its coming above? possibly oil cooler pipes?
Not quite sure how it could cause that mess on the back though.
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aerodynamics. The same reason the boot gets stained with soot if you dont have downward facing tailpipes on a diesel
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Ok so found out its the Turbo oil feed pipe ******* out oil everywhere.

So ive ordered one and gonna get it fitted.

However recently ive been noticing the cars been jerking when accelerating, not too bad but noticeable, feels like someone pressing the brakes when trying to accelerate,
Revs dont drop but wont go higher when it happens.

I've always made sure the engines been topped up with oil so shouldnt have caused any damage

Mafless remap, so cant be MAF...

Any ideas?
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Turbo needs oil pressure to work. I'd be checking it isn't seizing if the feed pipe is leaking.
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