Originally Posted by Swarup5
Just bumping up the thread.
@Commuter - Awaiting your response post reoccurrence of the same issue.
I had visited the FAAS today for the same issue . 1. They would need to raise a request with Ford India hotline and diagnose the issue ( I think this would lead to the same line of events which happened to your car)
2. I popped up a few hoods on Aspires in the service center , surprisingly all of them had the same leaks .
Now confused and a little skeptical on what could be done . I am now eager to know what happens in your case which hopefully is a permanent fix.
Folks can we cool down a bit and talk few facts?
There is something called soot , which engine creates while combustion, stand also a thin layer of oil is burned in this process, there is a system in all modern engines to condense those vapours and send it back to intake so its fully burned and condensed oil can be returned to the oil chamber back again.
Form the pictues I clearly see the oil vapour system AKA (EVAP) pipe is just near the boot and boot is not sealed well, so due to turbo spoolat those positive reverse pressure cycle the vapours escape out and make oil marks as its cooler than inside so it condenses over there, just replace the boot or tighten the fastner, its not valve or seals or turbo issue , there are many other ways to determine those problems which some of you have stated.
And breather valve are precent in old cars, for turbo crdi engines they have a different layout. Different pressure cycles. So just a ball value is not enough.
And I know the design of tdci , its just a leak from boot,
I have taken drops of oil from intercooler even on a 1000km run ddis,mjd,tdci , its common and its only due to low rpm running, the vapours condense and settle on the passages, keep engine revv happy than low throttling for high economy , which can lead to premature wear .
Just follow one rule change gear at 3k rpm at 2nd or 3d depending on the road Clearness, which will washout those vapours and keep tubes and cooler clean.
Hope my post helped out
This is a reply from a user from this thread itself, so if its just oil leak present, one need not be worried, as it might be normal.