you are a couplke of years late in changing it regularly. It's called "blowby". When the piston rings wear down, combustion gasses leak between the piston and cylinder into the crankcase. Blowby is arguably one of the best indicators of engine maintenance. Old oil picks up small pieces of abrasive materials that wear down the cylinder walls over time.
Mine doesn't smoke after adding oil, it runs great. Does yours? Maybe you put too much oil in it or the wrong thickner?
Yes, a person can put to much oil in a car. It usually will not hurt a car, but the excess oil can cause smoking if it gets on the motor.
the smoking is most likely caused by the engine burning oil.
to put something in the wrong place and also to place on the wrong side
It is not unusual for a high mileage vehicle to have 'blowby'. This in itself is not a big thing unless there is very high oil consumption. The line that is attached to the oil cap may be forced off by the pressure of this blow-by. I would try one can of STP in the oil and I bet this will cut the problem in half.This is available in any auto store.
If you put it in for engine oil you will have a major problem. If you put it in with the fuel then you will notice the mower smoking a lot and possibly fouling the spark plug.
Could it need a new occur valve
Could be a bad thermosat. The smoke could be from where you dripped oil onto the engine.
When you put the comma in a wrong place.
A weed is a plant in the wrong place. Put a redwood in my garden and it would probably be the biggest weed in the world. Your question has no serious answer. Unless you mean smoking weed............
They put no smoking signs in places such as malls, schools etc. so that you won't stink up a place, put something on fire or hurt someone else health
you can only smoke in bars and casinos ect
yes smoking does put tar in your lungs
Lost of oil pressure and sever engine damage
PAG oil goes in the air conditioner compressor. It is added in the same place as the refrigerant. However, this oil must be added before the lines for adding the refrigerant are put in place.
dont sweat keep drining it chrck your oil often if you have no oil ussage your ok if you do start loosing oil you probaly blew a seal if no oil lost it will quit smoking do oil change, change filter, should be fine...most likely have oil in the CAT $50 part not the end of the world
Engine wear and damage can occur.
drain some of the oil. it is smoking because it has to much oil pressure and is leaking into the valves or pistons
The type needed is listed on the cap-where you place the oil.
The answer to this depends on what kind of oil you are talking about. If you put a heavier weight oil (like 5 weight) in your car instead of say,30 weight, it will cause your car to act sluggish in the cold weather because the oil is thicker. If you put a lighter weight (30 weight ) in a vehicle that needs a heavier oil, the car will still run but not as well as using the correct type of oil. If you put transmission oil in your car's engine oil pan by mistake; you should empty out the oil pan immediately (when the oil and car are cold) and flush it or refill it with the correct oil as soon as you have realized it was the wrong oil.
the only place you put gear oil is in the rear end. Look on the differential and on the back there is a large nut, remove it to put in the CORRECT gear oil.
in the oil filler tube... ie the same place you check the oil level
Drain the engine oil, change the oil filter and put in the required amount of oil, run engine, shut engine off, then make a mark on the dipstick indicating the full line for future reference.
If you put the coffee in the wrong place.
If may leak, or the capacity may be too small.