the dipstick is located between the brake master cylinder and the valve cover.
Perhaps valve cover gasket is leaking oil onto plug area
Loose, broken, or worn valve train component. Remove the valve cover to find the problem.
The transmission dipstick for the 1991 Chevrolet Caprice is located on the side of the transmission. It will be behind a valve cover.
passenger side of car in the back of the engine behind valve cover there is a dipstick, pull the dipstick out and pour into the dipstick tube.
Just need a new valve cover gasket. it's an easy fix.
i had the same problem recently with my 92 topaz, the cause of the problem was a leak in my power steering line . the fluid was dripping on my exhaust manifold causing the smoke .
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
The PCV valve on my 2005 Pilot is bolted horizontally into the side of the valve cover right next to where the oil dipstick is.
Between firewall and passanger side engine valve cover
its the hose coming off of the valve cover that's the egr valve
The valve cover gasket is damaged. Needs to be replace.
The Wrangler uses a fixed orifice system. There isn't a pcv valve. The tube coming from the center rear of the valve cover is the orifice.The Wrangler uses a fixed orifice system. There isn't a pcv valve. The tube coming from the center rear of the valve cover is the orifice.
On a 2.0L it is top leftside of the valve cover. It is a yellow handle that sometimes is broken off and it's just a little plug looking thing on the valve cover.
It cannot smoke out of the spark plug. It can however be leaking oil around the spark plug area thus causing it to smoke. The problem is the valve cover is leaking. Try tightening the valve cover bolts slightly. If that does not stop the leak, replace the valve cover gasket.
should be drivers side, near valve cover.
PCV valve is connected to the valve cover, the one closer to the radiator. You can identify it by tracking a vacuum hose coming out of the cover.
On top of the valve cover there is a hose coming out of it and into the air intake manifold. Removing the hose from the valve cover side will expose the PCV valve.
Perhaps leaking valve cover gasket? Perhaps leaking oil sending unit?
Try changing the valve cover gasket.
passenger side behind the valve cover its a black dipstick u may need to use a flashlight
Valve lash needs adjusting or you have a lifter that is sticking.
If the valve cover gasket is leaking it will allow oil to leak onto the hot exhaust manifold where it will smolder causing smoke in the engine compartment.
The valve needs replaced. There is a metal plug that has fallen out.