What needs to done to a 1991 BMW 325ic to improve mileage and pass CA smog if smoke comes out of the tailpipe at times gets 18 mpg and burns oil but it runs great?
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On a 1994 crown Victoria the engine light is on it burns a lot of oil and white smoke comes out of the tailpipe when starting from a stop?
when the engine and exhaust pipes are cold, the hot exhaust will cool and moisture will condense on the exhaust pipe and drip out. Remember basic chemestry. Automotive fuels are hydrocarbons. The hydrogen molecules in the fuel turns to very hot water vapor when the fuel burns. What you are experiencing is very normal.
It depends. None - if you walk or drive a vehicle that burns diesel fuel for instance. If, on the other hand, you are traveling in a gasoline-powered vehicle then gallons burned will vary according to the mileage of that particular vehicle. Let's say our vehicle burns a gallon of gas every 21 miles (21MPG). That's 33.79 kilometers (21 X 1.609). So, it would take about 74 and a half gallons (2515 / 33.79 =…
With burns, it is very important NOT to apply luke warm water, that will just slow down the healing process. For the best results, apply a small portion (a handful to be exact) of ice cubes directly onto the burn. If ice cubes are not accessible, a few squirts of lemon juice or a shot of spirits will help to improve the burn.
Why is 1998 Chevy Metro losing oil It smokes only on ignition. I can smell burning oil under the hood. There are 161000 miles on the car. Car runs great.?
Actually the higher the octane level the poorer the gas mileage. This is because the higher octane fuel burns slower and less efficiently for that particular engine. I agree 100%. The oil companies use the term Super or Premium to entice you to buy the higher octane fuel. It is a myth that it provides better mileage or more power. Use exactly what your engine was designed to run on.
3, first degree burns, second degree burns, third degree burns, fourth degree burns, fifth degree burns, and sixth degree burns. fourth, fifth, and sixth degree burns aren't common and most people don't know about them, but that is only because they are very rare and most victims of these burns die.
What would cause fuel to dump only in the 2 spark plug on a 97 Geo Tracker It fills up the plug and burns it right out the tailpipe?
It depends on the mileage of your crx, my crx has over 257000 miles and burns through a quart every 300 miles, if you are not having any issues just run 5w30, if you have over 75k miles, then run a high mileage oil of your choice in 5w30, also consider running a high mileage oil filter it has additives that help lubricate the moving parts over time. (I actually switched to super tech 5w30…