That is true, but not the amount of oil you are describing. The PCV or oil trap in your case, takes the blow by gases and separates out the oil so that the gases can be routed back to the intake and reused in the engine. This cuts down on emissions. As you will see from the picture below, this will hold about a quart of oil and is to be changed every 100,000 miles as regular maintenance.
Plus if this clogs it will cause the pressure to escape other places which could cause a leak and you would most likely find that in the intake.
It could press it through the turbo but again it is only going to be what oil is going through the engine and then through this system. In other words it is going to be a small amount of oil.
If you have oil pouring out then you have a seal that is breached and if it is coming out of the turbo then I am confident that this a turbo issue. Plus this is pretty common on diesel trucks so I have seen it before.
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Tuesday, March 23rd, 2021 AT 5:37 AM