Oh dear. Oh dear oh dear. I think the turbo on my much maligned Saab 9-3 1.8t is going the way of the dodo. A few days ago, a whine that sounded like a lowish-pitched siren started sounding when the car was cold. It'd disappear after warming up. As of this evening and after a bit of a run, the thing is now somewhat louder and knackered-bearing sounding. The engine sounds like the usual GM bag-of-spanners-in-a-washing-machine-falling-down-the-side-of-a-mountain when revved when stationary as it always does, and has a veeeery slight hint of tensioner bearing whine (see first video below). Under load however, it's smelling oily and making a non-engine speed dependant knackered-bearing sound that fades when the accelerator is released (independently of revs, second video). Video 1, stationary: Saab 1.8t Turbo Failure Pt 1 - Stationary: https://youtu.be/BcOXFg62Hh8 Video 2, under load and in gear: Saab 1.8t Turbo Failure Pt 2 - Driving: https://youtu.be/MSiCPHnRWQM Does the above describe what I think is a buggered turbot?