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Question 951 issues

I can't do anything else to the na till Monday so I figured I would work on the turbo. Basically last time I drove it got hot on me pretty fast. I stopped and opened the hood and i had a milky oil (i think) coming from around the bypass valve hose and the intake hose. Today I drained the oil and coolent to make sure that they werent mixing and they were both clean. Does this mean i have oil and water leaking into the turbo and i need a new one?
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Old 07-24-2004, 06:04 PM
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Probably a bad head gasket.

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how would a bad head gasget cause that? Wouldn't I have oil in my coolent, coolent in my oil, or some smoke from the back of the car. I dont see how a bad head gasget can put oil in the intake of my car.
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well guys I took off my radiator hose to my waterpump and there is a little oily residue oozing around my thermostat. I'm thinking this whole problem is due to the oil cooler seals do you guys agree? Hopefully its not a head gasget, i lost no power and have no smoke.
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could be just the seals in the oil/water exchange cooler
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im hoping so
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