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Asphaltgambler, turbo's have a cam driven scavange pump for the turbo mounted outside by the #3 cylinder and is where the smog pump is driven too.

Hobie boy, I haven't had a leaking problem with mine. I would think if you got it really clean and took a short drive you might be able to isolate the problem. Check that flare fitting where the metal line from the turbo enters the pump. Is one of the seals you replaced the cam seal?

This might be an option if the pump needs to be replaced:

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Originally posted by Porsche Doc
I don't mind a bit!
We came out of the turbo and ran a line to the lower side of the valve cover. It inters the valve cover right in line with the oil return tube. Try to keep the line going down hill or strate. But theres plenty of pressure to keep the oil flowing. It works great.
Good Luck

Its on this motor:
FS 93 965 Turbo S Engine
Old 07-28-2005, 06:12 AM
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