kevmond said:Hi all,
Nothing to worry about, all is normal.
This is called Blowby mist, Basically, where oil is subjected to high temps and alot of crankcase air movement you getan oil mist, which is more often than not fed straight into Inlet before the Turbo.
I work within Engine testing for Ford, we have a glass catch jar in this circuit and measure said Blowby, it helps determine Engine health ( if rings have had it or engine not bedded in, Blowby increases ).
When at full throttle at say anything above 2500 Rpm you cannot see through the Catch jar for the mist.
It usually does take a few hours to clear, dont worry!!!!