While this isn’t always caused by a turbocharger, there are plenty of ways a turbo can cause smoke to be emitted from a car exhaust. A crack in the turbo housing can allow oil to leak into the exhaust and cause excessive smoke production. Blue smoke can be caused by oil being burned in the combustion chamber, whereas black smoke can be caused by a lack of air being available to the turbocharger compressor by a dirty air filter or obstructed air intake for example.
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