I am one of your followers from YouTube and enjoy to watch your videos that goes straight to the subject..

I have a question I was hoping you could help me with, my Toyota yaris 1.4 diesel is giving me some trouble, it has 187.000 km on it and unfortunately I am experiencing the motor burning oil.

This summer I just got the turbo changed because it was causing diesel to go into the engine oil, when I noticed this first thing I did was talking to Toyota, they didn't know what to do, until my car got somehow exploded something, white smoke everywhere, it turned out after a long struggle that the turbo was actually called in but they forget to call my car in.. So I got a new turbine, but now it is losing oil, about 1 liters for every 5000 km..

Since Toyota is charging 350 dollars an hour here in Iceland where I live, I would like to be sure that I can't fix the problem myself before going to toyota, I am not educated to do cars, I am an electrician so I know how to use a hammer and so on.. 😉

I checked for a Pcv valve, but that isn't installed in my car.

What can be the problem, and how can I troubleshoot it?

So far I have heard I could be the pistons have been worned out or the turbine burning the oil somehow, is there other possibilities? And how can I troubleshoot it?

Thank you for your time and videos.

Best regards
Kv Nichlas Iversen

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ScottyKilmer
ScottyKilmer

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once diesels burn oil, they need rebuilding in almost every case. So live with what you burn oil wise or spend thousands rebuilding that engine