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    Turbos - can they cause milkshakes?

    Hai guys, the nopics volvo C30 has milkshaked itself in a serious way. Its pumped a litre of oil into the cooling system on a 1hr ish drive. No coolant in the oil though.

    Ill be pressure testing the oil cooler as close to operating temps as i can (cold test passed), but i was also wondering if the turbo could potentially be the culprit? Its the next easiest thing to get at before rage quit time.

    TIA cunts!

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    #2
    Does it have a water/oil trans cooler. Has been known to happen on falcons with zf that have water/oil coolers.

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      #3
      I guess it could come from the turbo, pretty unlikely though. Relatively easy to check at least, remove and block coolant lines to turbo, drive . . .
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        #4
        I’d be checking the oil/water heat exchanger
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          #5
          Very unlikely you will have enough pressure in the turbo cartridge to pump into the cooling system. Most likely a failed heat exchanger or seal/gasket somewhere.

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            #6
            Volvo = heat gasket. 5 cylinder?

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              #7
              If it's not the oil cooler module, it'll be the HG.
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                #8
                Did you say 1 more psi before turning the boost controller 1 more click?

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                  #9
                  Most of the time its the radiator. The trans cooler part leaks into the coolant part. Often a shagged trans is the outcome. A lot of brands had a recall for it, nissan, mecedes etc

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