worn out muffler bearing
THATS usally cause by the engine using oil-because of bad oil rings etc.
To change the muffler or exhaust in a Chevy Venture, jack up the vehicle and locate the muffler. Spray penetrating oil on the nuts and loosen muffler clamps. Replace with new.
You have to much oil in your fuel/oil mix
You have too much oil in your gas, that's why oil and gas is coming out your exhaust.
The 'inlet' on a muffler refers to the side in which the exhaust gasses from the manifold enter the muffler. The outlet is the side that the gasses exit out to the tail pipe/s.
Is it a 2 stroke motor? If it is that's normal
The most common reason for your Pontiac to lose oil and ex smoke from the muffler is a broken piston ring. A malfunctioning exhaust valve can also cause the problem.
If it is a 2-stroke engine, the oil/gas mixture has too much oil. If it is a 4-stroke engine, the oil sump is overfull.
If your vehicle is not under warrenty, then it is best to shop around and get a few quotes.
is there any formation of aquaregia inside a vehicle muffler..? any answers..!! I assume you mean from the tail pipe. Water is a bi-product of combustion & is expelled with the exhaust. -LubeExpert
The float on your carb is stuck down and letting gas flow into the oil thru the cylinder pass the rings and out thru the muffler.
check your oil level it sounds like it is over full
The problem I had was oil and gas flowed out the muffler on my snapper 11 hp lawn tractor. To fix it I had to drain the oil and get a new plug. The issue that caused it was I needed a shut off valve in the gas line to stop the gas frome running back into the engine and eventually getting into the oil causing it to gush out the muffler with a lot of smoke. It is an easy fix and it now runs as smooth as new. I hope this helps you
sounds like you have a bad valve guide and or valve seat allowing the two fluids to escape past the valve and out the muffler. also I would do a compression check to see if your rings are bad.
your car is burning oil.
Bad piston rings, oil level is too high, check the oil level and adjust
Oil comes up through the head (top part of the motor) and leaks from the muffler.
you want to make a hole in a muffler or you want to patch one up. Make a hole you can use a drell patch a hole best use sheet metal and rivets then muffler puddy around that
A muffler going bad can be caused by many things. But generally, it is either contact with the ground causing a dent, oil burning causing sludge and residue in the muffler, or corrosion from age and moisture in the exhaust pipe causing a hole or the collapse of baffles.
The machine will be much louder and make it uncomfortable to be around. Lack of a muffler can cause you to be over the noise levels for various laws and ordinances. In many places removing the muffler from a car can lead to a ticket.
Just having a hole in the muffler won't cause smoke to form. Any smoke coming from an engine is caused by either environment changes (white smoke while engine is warming up), or an engine burning oil (blue smoke). Sometimes even a bad catalytic converter can cause smoke. The hole in the muffler simply gives the smoke a way out. Trying looking for external oil leaks or checking he oil level occasionally to see if it is burning oil. You may see water vapor is there is a hole in the muffler but it wouldn't last long once the muffler warms up and the moisture is burned off. She shouldn't see actual smoke unless there is a problem with the engine.
A muffler will deteriorate over time. The rattle is most likely the internal baffles breaking up and shaking around inside.
It is not bad to run it without a muffler with a straight pipe. But remember the louder it is doesn't necessarily mean the better the performance.
blown head gasket much?