You are burning oil.
the engine is burning oil. blue smoke oil white smoke antifreeze black smoke excess fuel
oil getting by the rings causes white smoke and oil dripping out of the tailpipe.
If you mean the smoke it's usually related to the quality of petrol
Excess fuel causes black smoke.
Blue smoke is burning oil.Blue smoke is burning oil.
they have elected a pope? in cold weather it is normal to see white smoke coming out of your tailpipe. the one you have to worry about is the black or the blue smoke
You probably have a little oil seeping into the combustion chamber while the engine is off. Once you start the engine, this oil is burned and causes the smoke you see.
Engine oil is entering the combustion chamber(s) .
No. A bad head gasket would cause water to come out the tailpipe. You will see white smoke. Leaky rings would cause oil to come out the tailpipe. You will see blue smoke.
The most common is the head gasket. BUTDepending on the engine there can be several other causes.
Blue smoke is burning oil.
usually blue smoke is oil
Headgaskets or Stripped Head Bolts
No, the engine exhaust is what comes out of the tailpipe.
If it is really smoke, then it is almost always caused by burning of oil that enters the engine due to bad seals and rings.
Blue smoke is oil smoke, sounds like you need an overhaul. either the piston rings or valves are allowing oil to enter the combustion chamber. because when you crank it oil also comes out
Blue smoke is a indication of oil entering the combustion chamber and being burnt. This more than likely means, the engine needs new rings and a complete overhaul.
Black smoke usually indicates an overly rich fuel/air mixture. In other words the engine is getting too much fuel or it is not being burned properly. Blue smoke is oil burning. White smoke is coolant in the combustion chamber.
white smoke coming from my tailpipe of my Honda civix lx 1997?
White smoke = Blown Head Gasket or cracked head. Black Smoke = Overly rich fuel/air mixture. Blue smoke = Oil burning. Blue smoke at startup usually means worn valve seals.
Blue smoke is burning oil. If the smoke stops after a moment, It's your valve guide seals.