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  1. RRJ
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  3. Wednesday, April 22 2015
Hi,,

I am using Jun 2010 Fiat Linea 1.3 Multijet emotion pk and the odo reading is 104000 kms. Now I think that it needs an engine overhaul as it is consuming more engine oil and its average dropped significantly, turbo not working and back pressure is also there & AC also not working.Can anyone suggest me that from where should I get this job done,how much Aporx it will cost.Presently I lives in Bangalore.
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Hello,

Modern Engine, though generally does not fail in 1 Lakh Kms

I hope you would have ruled out the Oil leakage issue by getting it inspected from the workshop
> Most common reason of Excessive Oil Usage is worn out Valve Seals or Piston Rings or both - Get it inspected from the workshop
> Turbo is yes a costly affair and will eat up around Rs 40K or so with Labor as replacement
> AC issue - could be small coil to compressor replacement - extent of work depends - can be in some thousands to as high as 35K - if compressor needs replacement.

Its best to visit Fiat Authorized Workshop - considering fact that you have major replacement work and Genuine Parts provides best performance and life to car.


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My fiat linea done 98k km now it is consuming oil can u suggest a solution


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