Blow by yes it is , however the cause which is what you require is due to a blockage in the crankcase ventilation system. The Volvo 850 has a reservoir located on the block below the inlet manifold, several pipes come of it and lead to the air intake hose at the throttle housing, usually this system gets blocked and when this happens the crankase is unable to vent through the correct system and therefore appears as pressure/smoke coming from the dipstick tube or the oil filler cap, oil often leaks fron here too when its blocked.
You need top check all pipes for cleanliness and ability to vent ptressure, failing that a kit is available on eBay to completely service the the PCV system. hope this answers your question and opoints you inthe right direction
This is not that uncommon. Some oil is so hot that it will start to smoke. The smoke can escape through this opening to the engine.
Blue smoke is burning oil.Blue smoke is burning oil.
pcv system is clogged up.
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There are several things that can cause your 1990 Volvo 740 to stall while driving. The most common cause is a bad fuel pump.
Without seeing it, I would think it is the valve cover gasket leaking and dripping on the hot exhaust manifold which causes it to smoke. Get it repaired. Well the oil needs changed badly and how much would you think that would be if it was the vavle cover gasket to be repaired? it could also be your pcv valve not openeing up and the smoke will come out of ur dipstick i have the same prob with my third gen t/a im pretty sure i found ware its comin from it looks like its ware the actual dipstick tube is mines cracked at the base cause be yours is 2 ive heard its somewhat common
yes and ignition relay would..
my truck started to smoke from the rear end when I was driving down the high way and now its jerking around WHY or What would be the cause
Probably not the smoke, but certainly HEAT would cause problems.
Spark plugs don't smoke. A bad alternator would cause a dead battery.
Do you have your terminology right....The injector relay would be the computer right??? The fuel pump relay could cause that problem!!!! good luck and let me know
look at:Besides a coil plug or wire what would cause a 4 cylinder missfire on a 2002 Volvo s40?
yes...the lack of air would causes excessive fuel which would cause black smoke.
I know the white smoke would be caused by coolant, which would be leaking into the combustion chamber.
It sounds like there may be a leak. If oil is leaking down on the manifold it will cause alot of smoke.
what kind of gasoline are you running? and what color is the smoke?
Fire... Where there is smoke, there is fire.
No. A bad head gasket would cause water to come out the tailpipe. You will see white smoke. Leaky rings would cause oil to come out the tailpipe. You will see blue smoke.
smoke coming from a/c vent indicates that the heater core is leaking and needs to be replaced.this smoke is hot antifreeze, it will not cause a fire but it does stink and will eventually cause car to overheat
White smoke out of exhaust is usually indicitive of water or coolant in the combustion chanber/ chambers of the exhaust. Usually caused by a blown head gasket. A costly repair. clean pipes to and from intercooler and clean intercooler .and clean crankcase breather.
An off-shore wind would blow smoke towards the sea.
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Yes, overfilling can cause smoking, and you need to drain the extra out.
Could be a bad head gasket. You would get engine oil leaking into the cylinder heads and that would show as smoke out the tail pipe.