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Old 02-03-2017, 12:35 AM   #1
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Saab 93 blew second turbo?

Just bought a 01 93 came with a bad turbo it turns out. Ended up fixing it a week ago with a new TD04, looked good went on easy. After a week tonight it was running and I noticed the oil cap wasn't on, fine I pushed it down. Guess the car didn't like that, it immediately throttled way down and starterd oil smelling plumes like before. Fast forward to later and it's still doing, now the oil was competeltly low. Am I just in for bad luck and a weird coincidence, or did my rebuilt turbo blow? Either way I'm not sure what pushing down the dipstick/oi cap could have done to cause that? Any ideas or could be another weird thing? Any help is welcomed!
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Old 02-03-2017, 04:08 AM   #2
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Check the pcv system fully.
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Check each cylinder compression too.
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Check each cylinder compression too.
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Sounds like someone has some blow by.
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We should make a troubleshooting tree. 90% would end in: check compression, change CPS, clean out the oil pan, change the MAF lol
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We should make a troubleshooting tree. 90% would end in: check compression, change CPS, clean out the oil pan, change the MAF lol
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Oh, and change the DIC
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Old 02-03-2017, 03:25 PM   #8
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So a little tiny house came off the PVC unit, oddly enough after reattaching it, at this point it seems to have fixed the issue and the CEL has since disappeared. Guessing that little hose made all the difference, you guys are very awesome!
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