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How to repair a cracked 1g oil return line

Posted by danielsl1999gsx, Aug 12, 2015

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  1. danielsl1999gsx

    danielsl1999gsx Proven Member

    Joined Jun 5, 2009
    los angles, California
    So, you just installed your new MHI bolt on turbo and found some new oil leaks in your driveway? It could be a leaky turbo oil return line that is causing those spills. This was the case for me when I finished installing my HTA68 on my 2g. Once i figured out that the oil return line was the culprit, I thought no problem ill just buy a new OEM one. To my disbelief these things are over $70 dollars NEW!!! :cry:
    Now there are other options to fix this such as modifying an OEM 2g oil return line ($13 new) but that would mean waiting for shipping and paying money you don't need to.
    Here's a solution to fix that pesky oil return for little to no cost depending on the material you have at hand. In my case this cost me absolutely and fixed my leaky oil return line. Enjoy :dsm:

    (Sorry for the audio change)
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