I'm sorry I can't help but I have a similar problem on my 1990 celica with a 2.2L. But mine only started since I put a t3/t4 on it and red-line from launches to build boost. The dipstick pops out and oil squirts after it.... The compression is fine and everyone online has given a rather b/s answer for this problem, wise men remain silent but the fools offer answers. I have an oil catch can and my friends believe the one isn't enough and are telling me to get another, that's why I'm researching it now. Your oil pump is fine, that's not the problem I can tell you that much.
On a 1994 toyota celica there is built up pressure and it finds the path of least resitance by blowing out the dipstick. Ive replaced the pvc valve but the problem still persists. I feel that next up in rule out is to replace the oil pump, can anyone please confir? The dealership states tehere is excessive blow out do to problems with the cylnders anbd yet compression is normal.They reccomend an engine replacement, yet thats more than the value of the car itself.Will an oil pump replacement be next on my ruleout, and whatelse can I do in a systematic approach to this dellimma??? Thankyou, Sincerely; Jeffrey Wilson
You have clogged oil ports inside the engine, I see a major overhaul in your future. It might last awhile or it can be a day.
Change the PCV valve and be sure all hoses and tubes of the PCV system is not plugged. Actually high milage and lack of proper maintenance will cause this. CHANGE OIL
Is there to much oil in it or is the ring at top of dip stick missing