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I have Toyota 2l-T engine the problem is the oil blowing on the exhaust is this the turbo charger problem?
yes, but you have to change the wiring harness to accept the engine, but yes, it can be done. If you do not have the right wiring harness, you would burn up the turbo
no matters what year they said 90 to 93 i believe they made the Mitsubishi(good) motor for that car after that it was the Chrysler motor (crap)
Hmm.. I'm assuming you are outside the United States due to the fact that in the US, Turbo Model 200sxs were discontinued at the end of 86. There is no popular 2.2L Turbo Engine that I know of that works good with an S12 200sx. Popular Swaps are SR20DET (2L 4-cylinder Dual overhead cam Fuel Injected Turbo Charged Engine) CA18DET (1.8L 4-cylinder Dual overhead cam Fuel Injected Turbo Charged Engine) KA24DE (2.4L 4-cylinder Dual overhead cam Fuel Injected Naturally Aspired Engine)
If only under load then......spark plug leads.
There are a multitude of turbos that can fit on an 02 golf. TO better answer your question, please state engine? is it the 2L, 1.8t, 2.6V6??
Rebuild the turbo! Your oil contamination is most likely coming from a leak between your turbo's oiling and cooling passages. That's my best guess w/o looking at it.
1d i posted a video on how to do this on youtube...go to www.youtube. com and search for soukoban 2l 3d 2r 2u 2d 2l 2u 2l 1u 2r 1u 2r 2d 2l 2d 2r 1u 1d 2l 3u 2l 1d 1r 1d 2l 3d 2r 2u 2d 2l 2u 2l 1u 2r 1u 2r 2d 2l 2d 2r 1u 1d 2l 3u 2l 1d
2L = 200cL
its on the right side of the car,located around the front of the fenderwell, but under the car. its a silver dome about 2.5 inchs round with a single plastic hose coming off it.