Why would a car burn oil when it does not leak or blow blue smoke?
More details would be helpful. However if your car is using too much oil it has to be either going on the ground or thru the engine. Please try to clarify and give more details for instance how much oil is it using? Has the car sit for a long time? Is there any sign of oil on the engine itself? Is there any signs of oil underneath the car look well at the underside of the floor board? , EzForJesus
It could be that the piston rings have rubbed the side of the cylinder and caused wear ,you may have to have the engine rebuilt. You can't always see the smoke. It may only smoke when you are traveling at high speeds and disperses in the wind.
White smoke is eaither a blown head gasket or you have water in the fuel system. This is not to be confused with flooding an engine and seeing white vapor coming out of the exaust in which that would NOT be smoke, it would be gas vapor's. If your burning oil, the smoke will be blue and smells of burnt oil.
A car blows blue smoke usually when it is burning oil most of the time it is a burnt valve. Which requires pulling the head and machining it followed by reseeding the valve. = blue smoke is caused by oil burning more likely to be worn out valve stem seals than a burnt valve if valve is burnt, you will get backfiring in engine seals just allow oil to run down valve stems into combustion…
What would be the cause of white smoke coming from the exhaust in the 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee v8 4.7?
blown head gasket. the easiest way to tell is to open the radiator cap while the cars running BUT BE CAREFUL! if theres antifreeze in there it will spray and burn you! but if you have a blown head gasket when you open the throttle the same white smoke will blow out of the radiator cap. white smoke is a sign of a blown head gasket though.
If it has some blue in it, that usually means the valve guides are getting hard. When you shut the engine off, oil will seep past the hardened valve guides into the combustion chambers and when you start it up, cold ,the oil has to burn off. If the blue smoke last longer than a minute or two you may be looking at a different problem.
White Black or Blue ? Excessive white smoke out the tailpipe is a good indicator of coolant being ingested into the engine, usually by a failing intake or head gasket. Excessive black smoke is indicating to much fuel is delivered to the cylinders and the engine cannot burn it all. Excessive blue smoke indicated the engine is burning oil for some reason.
Your flesh will simply burn off your skin and it will not be cured.It would also effect you in other activities such as cleansing,or other hand to object contact.It will also burn worse if you blow on the infected wound.Did I mention if you ever burn your hand at 5,905 degrees your muscles(if you have any) will burn as well and your bones will be exposed.
Do you have blue smoke from the exhaust......? Is this smoke all the time through all revs....? Do you get a cloud of smoke from the exhaust after ticking over i.e traffic lights then pulling away....? If its all the time, possible piston rings, if its only after ticking over valve stem seals. Dont see any smoke....? Check for leaks!
It is forbidden to light or extinguish a flame during Shabbat. For this reason, you would not blow out the Shabbat candles. You would let them burn our themselves. There are Shabbat candles specially made for this that will burn for about 3-4 hours, a perfect amount of time to stay lit during dinner, but allow you to go to bed without worrying about leaving a lit candle.
a functioning properly insulated and sealed internal combustion engine is only designed to burn gas... though when malfuntioning is able to burn anything that comes in contact with it (i.e. anti-freeze and/or oil) if that happens then blue smoke (if it's burning oil) will come out the tail pipe... if it's burning antifreeze then thick white smoke (think smoke screen) will come out the back of the tailpipe.. if all is well then you might…
Blue smoke = Blue smoke is caused by engine oil entering the cylinder area and being burned along with the fuel air mixture. Black smoke = Black smoke is caused by excess fuel that has entered the cylinder area and cannot be burned completely. Another term for excess fuel is "running rich." White Smoke = White smoke is caused by coolant entering the cylinder, and the engine trying to burn it with the fuel. The…