please help on my jcb turbo engine my engine is pressureizing the sump and oil is coming out the oil filler with the pressure and out of rocker cover breather, have changed the rings and head gasket and it is still doing it can you help
head gasket and rings how do i know if the rings are in the right way as 1 had a rounded edge on one face i have put this pointing up as it didn't say
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Hello and welcome to Just Answer! I would be more than happy to assist you today.You need to change the turbo (or at least isolate it from the system and recheck) when a turbo fails it pressurizes the crankcase and allows oil to be pushed out of the breather and some times seals.
hi we have isolated the tubo charger and it hasn't made any difference oil is still blowing from the oil filler and breather price very fast do you have any other ideas
Hi the other expert opted out so I will help you. Rings are the most common but the valve guides are also a issue.when you changed your rings the problem probably got worse instead of better because you increased your compresion but did not fix the head and that is were your problem is most likely to be.So you will have to pull head and get it rebuilt.Next as far as the rings there are different cuts or angles on them I would need to see them to tell you witch way they go but normally they have a dot on them and that faces up.
do you have the old rings may be you can take some pictures of them to show me and I could tell you witch way they go.Also please don't rate until all your questions are answerd that way you won't have to pay twice just hit reply to expert
Good morning just checking back to see if you made any progress? I will be around so if you have any questions on this I will be happy to help spanky
http://www.rlengines.com/Web_Pages/pistonrings.htmlHere copy and paste to your browser top line it will show you all ring types and wich way they go see if this helps let me know spanky
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