Hi, I’m new to this forum but this is my last resort before towing to dealership... Here’s the 411 and hoping for some help or advice on what to do... I have a 2016 Chevy Cruz LT with 128k miles.... a month ago the check engine light came on and I experienced power loss when trying to accelerate... I had a friend run a diagnostic check which came back with code p0299. I purchased a new turbocharger and replaced myself... I used the old oil return line, coolant line, oil feed line, and the coolant feed line.... I drove it for a total of 2 hours before it started to lose acceleration power again and it would stall out anytime I came to a stop or slowed down.... I called my mechanic who’s also a friend and he advised me to get new feed and return lines... I purchased all 4 parts from gm... I took the turn charger out again, replaced all new lines and put it back in... after putting the new turbo charger, oil return and feed lines, and coolant line back in, the car continued to idle poorly and now came with VERY thick white smoke from the exhaust tailpipe along with some smoke in the engine by the oil return line on the turbocharger.. not to mention a horrible smell... almost like the engine was going to blow and on fire... clearly it wasn’t really on fire but the smell inside the car and out was horrific...I took the turbo charger out again to check all the new lines, checked for any leaks, and nothing... I then paid for another mechanic to come take a look and he said the PVC cover and valve need to be replaced.. I went and bought the entire PVC cover and PVC valve and not only am I still having thick white smoke coming from tail pipe, but now the engine automatically turns itself off and flashes a warning about auto shut down due to oil in engine or something along those lines... does anyone have any clue what the problem could be?!