Okay, so I just replaced the turbo on my 2000 9-3. I hooked all the lines back up, checked for leaks. I cranked the engine with the DIC cassette out just to make sure there was enough oil in there. It was a used turbo, but with minimal miles (GT 17 with only 15K miles on it). So I top of all the fluids and start the car. It stutters and spits out blue smoke. It did this before I replaced the turbo, so I assumed it was just oil still in the TB from the bad turbo. Well it kept doing this, and it dies unless I keep reviving the gas. I'm guessing it's bogging down from the oil. I pulled off the TB and sure enough it was filled with fuel and oil. I removed all the oil in there and gave it another go. It's still stuttering and putting out enough blue smoke to warrant an EPA investigation. Did I screw something up putting the new turbo in? Anything I can check for or is this new turbo dead as well? I changed the oil during the swap, so I'm certain it's not a sludge issues (though I didn't drop the pan to check). Thoughts? Thanks in advance.