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tommy gun

My xu10j2te is burning oil badly. At first I thought it was the turbo but it only smokes at idle and boy does it smoke.

As soon as I pull away it clears but it will smoke a little when coasting in traffic.

There's a little bit of oil in the boost pipes but hardly anything. I also noticed that the dip stick had popped out the other day and spat oil everywhere but not sure how long it was like that.

Any help.

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Leslie green

My guess would be the Engines badly worn and pressurising the sump which is likely why the dipstick popped out , too much blow past due to worn rings /bores , clears at higher revs as the oil burns better but it's still burning oil !

A compression test would be an idea .

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tommy gun

Just done compression test

122

132

138

130

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Leslie green
Posted (edited)

For a petrol engine that sounds very low but then its turbo so not sure what it should be but Id recheck that 122 is it's quite a bit lower than the rest .I wouldn't rule out the turbo just yet as they tend to smoke bad at idle if worn too.

Edited by Leslie green

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welshpug

probably throttle closed, should be done open.

they're all very close anyway, i wouldn't be concerned yet.

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tommy gun

What would be causing the did stick to push up?also there is a lot of oil that's been spat out of the tube.

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pugdamo

Excessive crankcase pressure,usually caused by worn rings or or blocked oil breathers. The pressure builds and it has to go somewhere so pushing the dipstick out would be a way for the pressure to escape.

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Gaz205

What would be causing the did stick to push up?also there is a lot of oil that's been spat out of the tube.

My dip stick had simply worn so didn't secure properly. Dealer supplied at £12+ vat

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