Worn engine rings or valves Worn engine rings or valves
Worn engine parts. Rings, bearings, etc.
worn piston rings
It is time for an engine overhaul. The pistion rings/ oil rings and compression rings are either broken are worn out. That is called blow-by. Your engine is done.
Possibly worn cylinder bore(s), or worn out or broken piston rings.
Your engine is burning oil. The usual causes are worn out valve guides and seals, broken piston rings, worn rings and scored cylinders which all amounts to an engine overhaul. If you have a turbo charger on your vehicle, it may have gone bad.
The typical causes are worn piston rings or valve guides.
The piston rings may be worn out .
Worn piston rings.
"Blow-by" is not good for any engine. It indicates worn internal engine parts (rings)
burning oil is caused by worn and broken valve seals,or worn or broken oil rings on the pistons
Worn cylinder bore, worn piston rings, poor valve seat condition, tired valve springs.
the engine is breathing badly,probably worn piston rings or worn valve guides
There is too much oil in the crankcaseWorn out valve guidesWorn out piston ringsBlocked engine breather
worn or broken compression rings engine needs a rebuild
High mileage, worn out piston rings, pcv system not functioning properly,
Bad valve seals generally produce smoke after start up only or after a period of idling. Worn out rings would smoke continuously. A compression test would verify the condition of the rings. Try a wet and dry test of the compressions. Get a set of readings dry, then put a teaspoon of engine oil in each bore, turn over and re-test. Worn rings will have improved readings when wet. Worn valves will show no difference.
Not usually. If the rocker arms are loose because the cam lobes are worn down, that could be an indication of a worn engine, which might have bad rings or loose valve guides, which would cause an engine to smoke.
Blow by is caused from the piston rings being weak or worn, also cylinder may be worn and out of round, allowing compression to leak down into the lower end of the engine, pressurizing it to the point that oil and smoke can be seen where it escapes the engine
If engine is losing compression it is likely the rings are worn and need replacing. The valves are likely leaking too and need replacing.
Oil leaks, piston oil rings bad, Valve seals worn out. The whole engine may just be worn out.
I would suspect excessively worn or broken rings.
Blow by is caused from the compression rings on the pistion being broken are just worn out. Must tear engine down and replace all of the pistion rings.Nother words engine needs REBUILT.
If you have worn rings, the motor is already hurt. If the bearings are as bad as the rings, catastrophic failure is right around the corner.
Whatever you want. Horseshoes are most commonly worn. Captive ball rings, segment rings, seamless rings, septum bullets, barbells, or crescents can be worn in a septum piercing.