This also explains why only the lower hot-side tube (this is the one from the drivers side) had oil.

If the boots are in bad shape, replace them.

. Sep 5, 2015 The small amount of oil inside your hoses and the entire pressurized turbo plumbing system beyond the turbo outlet is perfectly normal.

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I took all my intercooler pipes off and cleaned them out with brake cleaner but dont clean the boots with brake cleaner as there material doesnt like brake cleaner. it smokes unstop at idle, while in the throttle, and any time in between. .

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If you remove the intercooler, make sure you remove the entire pipe, then vacuum the whole pipe; if this is not possible, use cleaning fluid to clean the intercooler. Along with any other hoses affected. The car had 37000 Miles on the clock at the time.

Larger ammount of oil (and "couple of table spoons" is not what I would call small amount), usually means PCV is clogged or there is a turbo problem. when I rev it a bit, a small amount of oil begins to slowly collect in the pipe coming from the turbo to the IC.

You should take the intercooler out and dump the oil out of it to.

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i have read numerous posts about oil in the pipes, but mine are horrendously filled with oil. &183; 3 &183; Aug 17, 2015.

It started off small buts its now very noticeable and is using some oil. .

Larger ammount of oil (and "couple of table spoons" is not what I would call small amount), usually means PCV is clogged or there is a turbo problem.
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Aug 5, 2017 When I replaced the plastic pipe this weekend, the one pictured, there was a small amount of oil (two or three drops) sitting on the lip of the metal 90 degree intake horn that the intercooler piping attaches to.

Its not a big quantity.

Along with any other hoses affected.

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Check it at or around 500 miles. Based on how much oil I saw at 5k miles, I'm going to add a driver's side catch can to eliminate any additional oil from getting into the intakeintercooler. You should take the intercooler out and dump the oil out of it to. Larger ammount of oil (and "couple of table spoons" is not what I would call small amount), usually means PCV is clogged or there is a turbo problem. Yes.

5 turbo, I&39;ve noticed a small amount of oil seeping from the hoseconnector on the driver&39;s side of the intercooler.

. I checked my oil level when I got home and it was full so I assumed it was just the oil sending switch went bad.

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it smokes unstop at idle, while in the throttle, and any time in between.

5 turbo, I&39;ve noticed a small amount of oil seeping from the hoseconnector on the driver&39;s side of the intercooler.

2 different things.