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I have 2015 keep Cherokee deisal turbo and the exhaust is 100 percent full. How to fix. Thank You!

Exhaust 100 percent full deisal keep Cherokee

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Cleaning intake manifold and sensor turbo.
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SOURCE: oil coming out of exhaust and whistling turbo

it sounds like your turbo has packed in firstly the oil seal in your turbo has failed thats why ur seeing oil from exhaust & the whistling from turbo is the vanes in turbo breaking up so i would advise not to use car until new turbo is fitted & inter cooler pipes and inter cooler itself are checked & cleaned for swarf from turbo you can check turbo by disconnecting turbo pipe &inspecting turbo vanes (fins) to see if broken up or any damage to chamber.

Posted on Feb 14, 2009

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SOURCE: Exhaust systems

Yes, you can fit any muffler from any 80cc - 100cc bike that fits the pipe or can be mod'ed to fit the pipe. You might want to consider the Suppertrapp 3M Dirtbike series. Be advised, if your exaust is too free-flow you may need to re-jet the carb. Also, I assume your goal is a louder sound rather than horsepower gains which would require replacing the carb and using a free-flow airbox (and of course re-jetting).



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SOURCE: my 1987 chrysler conquest tsi floods the engine and won't start

your best solution wont work because it is an 88 they can only scan '96 and newer when OBD II came out so know what you are talking about before you post
those cars are known for fuelinjection probs. your best bet is to first get your self a fuel pressure regulator and Gauge to determin how much fuel you are pushung and get it tuned up by some one who knows what they are doing because tuning will make or break a turbo car

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SOURCE: turbo leaking oil

turbo oil seals will cause a lot of smoking .

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SOURCE: I have a 97 saab 900 se turbo. The exhaust is

as long as there is no crack in the flange of the pipe then no need to purchase a new pipe. a new seal will do the trick

Posted on May 12, 2009

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