508 2.0 HDI oil leak
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    Default 508 2.0 HDI oil leak

    Anyone to tell me what is this thing :-)
    Well, after some oil leak diagnosed as High pressure fuel pump seal leek and $550 repair, oil started to leak again after couple of weeks. Took my car back and now I am told it is main oil seal and they are asking $1200 to repar. Before I went back ,I went under the car and I took couple of photos of parth I believe is fuel pump and where leak is coming from.
    could anyone confirm to me, Is this Fuel pump leak?
    Appreciate any coment .
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    Crank case breather system may not be operating properly ,causing pressure in the crank case, resulting in these oil leaks ,pugs

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    Yes thatís the fuel pump I would have a look at that turbo pipe looks a bit wet and common to leak.


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    which one is turbo oil pipe? It looks to me as oil from fuel pump dripping down on that big black pipe.

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    where is crank case breather :-)
    Sorry to ask silly questions, but I didn’t do much on this cars. Had 308 for long time, and never had any problems. Oils, filters etc was only job I did on that car. After accident , I grub me 508 petrol turbo, and too many problems. Under 60k turbo replaced, timing chain , water pump, all together $8000. Peugeot covered most of it. Oil leak started week after all this was done and back to service....I swaped it to diesel and so far, what ever was mentioned on this forum , is happening to this car. Yesterday , rear door window just dropped down and now I am chasing that lifter mechanisam too :-) ... I love Peugeots and I will not give up on them. Beautiful to drive but, it looks I have to pull it apart to learn how to maintain it. I don’t believe car garages in Perth. This oil leak is obviously not main seal as diagnosed by this garage mechanic...
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    Yes to be frank we are lacking reliable Peugeot mechanics in Perth now more than ever. I don't know of any.


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