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Spruce 11-27-2006 03:17 PM

3.3 Turbo
I am having a problem with the Turbo on my rebuilt 3.3 has been fully reconditioned and is still filling with oil can anyone advise the oil requirements , volume pressure feed line sizes etc.
Thanks in advance

A930Rocket 11-27-2006 05:32 PM

Not sure if I understand your question. Was the turbo rebuilt or the engine?

I take it that the turbo was rebuilt. If oil is getting past the seals and into your intercooler, then whoever rebuilt needs to look at it again or your scavenge pump is working right. Are you using the factory line from the top of the engine (near the crankcase breathe) to the turbo? There's also a small ball/check ball below the banjo fitting here. From the turbo it goes to a small tank and then to the scavenge pump. The pump is driven off two hex head bolts on the left cam shaft. Is it engaging properly?

Spruce 11-27-2006 06:12 PM

Thanks for the reply yes the Turbo has been rebuilt after reading your reply I have my suspicions regarding the check valve ,it would make sense as the guy who put the engine in has made some other mistakes and losing the ball bearing would just add to the list.

Spruce 11-27-2006 08:35 PM

Yes the ball was missing now I am not sure where it goes exactly does it sit below the banjo bolt with the square relief machined in it or does it fit in the top of the banjo bolt below the oil sender.
Thanks for your help

WERK I 11-28-2006 08:57 AM

It sits below the banjo fitting. If you look inside of the lower fitting, you will see how the ball fits and seats on the internal surface. It is machined to the curvature of the chrome check ball.

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