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1992 Saturn cold or hot car has blue smoke coming from the exhaust most of the time engine has been replaced before. Could the engine be going again or do you think it is something else?

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2005-12-02 04:58:56
2005-12-02 04:58:56

possible worn rings, blue smoke is normally associated with unburned oil seeeping past piston & ring,and escaping through exhaust.

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