What is the cause of blue smoke from exhaust the blowing blue smoke after that?
It is caused by oil getting into the combustion chamber and burning off
if you have blue smoke coming into the exhaust that means your piston rings are bad and are letting oil into your combustion chamber and then causing the oil to be burned with your air fuel mixture and that's why your exhaust is blue from having that burnt oil dumped out of the exhaust valve and out the exhaust
If it blows blue smoke when starting up, that is usually the valve guides need replacing. If it constantly blows blue smoke, you are looking at piston rings. Either way oil is getting into the combustion chamber. If it's valve guides, you need to have the heads looked at, if it is rings, the bottom of the engine needs to come out.
Possibly coolant in the exhaust from a blown head gasket. Fix ASAP. Do not drive until the is fixed. Severe engine damage will occur. Yep. White smoke = heat problems. Blue smoke = oil problems. Heat damage more urgent attention. my carb. went bad and it kept blowing head gaskets,white smoke,the head was good but the bad carb made my piston rings go bad and i was getting oil on the first intake and first…
I just had my engine rebuilt due to a Warranty issue The car has less than 25000 miles on it When the car came back there was blue smoke coming out of the exhaust Should I be concerned?
Blue smoke coming out with the exhaust means oil is burning in one or more of the engine's cylinders. This is commonly a symptom of worn piston rings or valve stem seals. Whatever the specific cause of the leak, engine work will undoubtedly be required to repair it. Make sure you keep an eye on the oil level, since some of it is being burned up.
What could be causing a 1995 Chevy Camaro Z28 to puff black smoke from the exhaust when you accelerate?
If the exhaust gasses from your car is black, the mixture between air ang fuel is probably too rich. That means your car is blowing in too much gasoline / diesel compared to the ammount of air. This is not necessarily the problem, but a very likely cause. Other colours of your exhaust will also tell you that something is wrong. White smoke means water in the combustion (either from water in the fuel, or…
If you have blue-gray smoke coming out of the exhaust, then you have worn or damaged piston rings, or valve seals. If the smoke is excessive, a major engine overhaul will be necessary. If no blue-gray smoke is coming out of the exhaust, then look for a worn/damaged oil pan gasket, or a loose oil pan plug, or a loose oil filter. In either of these cases, you should see oil spots on the ground…