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if you mean blue smoke, the reason why you don't notice any "running" problems with your vehicle is because "oil burning" don't necesarily affects the operation of the engine. that just means that you may have oil getting past you valve seals and is burning inside the cylinders(combustion chamber). it could also be a blown head gasket. there are many causes for the ''hated blue smoke'' but those are the most common. unless you got worn piston rings you're not really going to notice anything wrong other than the smoking,and may be some bad fuel economy. with the worn piston rings you may notice some loss of power.

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