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  1. Zac Nehls

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    Dealer said oil was going through turbo into exhaust. Replaced the passenger side turbo due to loss of oil and white smoke out of exhaust. About 250 miles later the same thing is happening. The first time it happened it was 0 and colder out and the same temps this time as well. Is there something else causing the seals to go bad? Help would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. Mandelbrot

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    Had an issue with oil consumption on my Mustang 2.3L about 5k miles into it, but for me it was thick black smoke whenever I buried the pedal.
     
  3. lukemiester

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    Zac , do you put additives in your fuel? I've herd of this causing issues in turbos.
     

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