Serious trouble. It usually means a broken oil (piston) ring. Another possibility is that your exhaust valve seals are bad/gone or valve guide is worn in excess. Another possibility is it is condensation coming out of exhaust mixed with black residue from exhaust and only looks like oil.
It could be that the mower was tilted on its side or that the rings are bad.
You probably have a bad turbo.
You may have oil on the exhaust, once this has burnt off the smoke should stop.
cause so times if you crash in a rock or a tree . then the oil comes out of the pipe
The burning smell from the exhaust pipe may be caused from oil or transmission fluid leaking into the exhaust pipe. For example, if your turbo is failing on the car, then that can cause leakage from the manifold into the exhaust pipe. There may be other reasons, too, which other people will be better articulating.
Maybe a blown head gasket
if it's coming from the tail pipe or an exhaust leak, it means you have a blown head gasket!
Valve cover gasket is probably leaking oil onto the exhaust manifold or the oil filter may be leaking oil onto the exhaust pipe.
No, it will not cause smoke from the exhaust pipe. However the leaking oil can drip on the exhaust manifold where it will be burnt and smoke.
No. The only substance that should go into an exhaust pipe are the combustion gases from the burning of fuel in the cylinders.
Back of the block, to the left of the exhaust pipe.
On front of the motor, beside the exhaust pipe.
its when you have either mixed your oil too rich or you need to ride more on the pipe.
YOU HAVE TO REMOVE THE EXHAUST TO GET TO THE OIL FILTER. IT TAKES ABOUT 1 HOUR TO DO AN IOL/OIL FILTER CHANGE. THE FILTER IS BEHIND THE EXHAUST PIPE.
drop the front exhaust pipe ,remove cover behind pipe ,filter is in there.
you could be leaking engine oil onto the exhaust or it could just be rusty water that is evaporating and causing the smoke.
It is on the drivers side at the rear of the block. It may be above an exhaust pipe.
Probably that you're burning oil. This could be for several reasons, the most likely being that your piston rings are faulty/worn.
Changing the oil pan gasket on a 1995 or similar year Camry is realtively simple, but does require removal of the exhaust pipe. You will need a new oil pan gasket and a new exhaust pipe flange gasket. Put the car on ramps or jacks to access the undercarriage. Remove the exhaust pipe by removing the 3 nuts holding the exhaust pipe flange to the exhaust manifold. These nuts often rust and prior application of penetrating oil may be required to remove them without damage. Once the pipe is unbolted, work the exhaust system loose from the hanging brackets. In most cases the entire system does not have to be removed since there is enough room to remove the pan with only the front hangers removed. Drain the oil from the engine Remove the 10 mm bolts holding the pan to the block. Remove the old gasket material and scrape any remaining gasket from the block and pan. Install the new gasket. Forma-Gasket or a similar product may be used in small quantities to "glue" the new gasket in place and prevent shifting while the pan is reattached to the block. Reinsall the 10 mm bolts in a cross pattern to ensure the gasket is compressed evenly. Do not overtighten the bolts. Replace the pipe to flange gasket between the exhaust pipe and the exhaust manifold with a new part. Reattach the exhuast pipe to the hangers. Install the 3 bolts connecting the pipe flange to the exhaust manifold. Fill the engine with oil. Pray there are no leaks!
It depends on what color the smoke is. If it is white smoke that usually mean coolant is in the oil and that can be a result of a blown head gasket. If it is a greyish bluish color then it is oil burning. if it is black then you are burning gas.
right side Allen cap under exhaust pipe!
it is at the front of the engine just right of the exhaust down pipe
Is the smoke coming out the exhaust pipe or from under the car? If its coming from under the car there could be something like oil getting on it. If its coming out the exhaust pipe you have engine problems and you should first check the oil level on the dip stick before your next oil change to see how bad its using oil.
way to much oil oil is getting into the clylinders but not burned off causing a flow out the exaust pipe can cause issues if not repaired could blow engine as well generally when your car is running oil out the exaust its got a blue hue to it check and make sure its oil as cars do condesate and water does drip from the exaust