2002 Ford F-350 Super Duty Q&A
2002 Ford F-350 Super Duty Question: Turbo Oiling
I replaced the turbo 7,000 miles ago and I was wondering if these had any known oiling problems because the new turbo is now making noise and leaking oil out the exhaust again. I am savvy to mechanics and do all my own work. replaced pedestal O-rings. This is a pretty straight forward job to do so I can't see anything I did wrong. This question is to cover my Butt for warranty on Turbo. Thanks - DieselDog
have not seen a oil loss problem with this turbo, but have seen rebuilt turbos fail before so it does happen. - mrfordman
did you replace turbo oil feed line? it may have a blockage inside causing lack of oil to turbo. - globalhelper
From your post you don't appear to be a rookie. Go to this website www.alldatadiy.com and spend the $26.95 for the year to get any factory info, including Technical Service Bulletins. This info is the same info Professional Auto Repair Shops have to pay $200 and up a month for. Mrfordman and Greg do know what they are talking about. - PARTS GUY
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