The presence of black smoke from exhaust when engine is first fired.That sign could also be an engine running too rich.
engine burning oil
Oil in vehicles is typically not consumed within the engine, what is in the engine is cycled through, unless of course your engine is burning or leaking oil. Most passenger cars though run on 4 to 5 quarts of oil.
If engine fluids have not been maintained properly it may lead to oil burning, but that's true of all vehicle engines.
You either have an oil leak or the engine is burning oil cause by worn piston rings. If you see blue smoke it is burning oil.
your car has oil burning in the combustion chamber of your engine , need to rectify the engine block and replace piston rings
We now know that cars run by burning oil release carbon dioxide emissions that are causing global warming and climate change.
engine burning oil( white or blueish exhaust smoke ), water in oil, oil in water, water in exhaust.
You can tell this before an oil change. If you see blue smoke coming out the exhaust your engine is burning oil. If you're oil level is low and you have no oil leak your burning oil.
Oil leak or the engine is burning oil.
It is important to know the cars oil capacity when changing the oil or oil filter. The Engine oil capacity for the 1999 Dodge Stratus 2.4 Dohc is 2.4 liters.
could be a gasket that has finally gaveway and the smell of oil is the oil burning on the engine.
2001 ford winstar sport burning engine oil
burning oil is caused by worn and broken valve seals,or worn or broken oil rings on the pistons
The engine is burning oil
Castrol Motor makes the best engine oil for classic cars. Also, Pennzoil is an good choice for classic cars . Including, Mobil 1 and Amsoil. They are all great sources of oil for classic cars, but Castrol is the number one best oil for classic cars.
Yes. That's why burning oil is used to heat homes and to propel cars, trucks, locomotives, and airplanes.
Depending on how much it is burning. If not severe just keep oil level full. If severe rebuild engine
An oil leak is always going to be out of the engine as the engine contains oil and the car does not. I think you are saying you are loosing oil with no apparent leak. If that is the case the engine is burning oil and that is why you see no leaks.
The engine is burning oil!!!
Oil leak or engine is burning oil due to worn parts.
On newer cars it is a copy on the top of the engine marked "OIL".
It is important to know how much fluid to put into a cars engine. For a 1997 Jetta Vr6 needs about 5.3 quarts of engine oil.
A leak, a poor connection or it is burning it.
You can try going to a little heavier oil but it will unlikely help much with the oil burning. A high mileage oil would be a good choice.