If you mean engine oil then this is because the crank mechanism in the engine need to be lubricated for efficient firing of the piston in the cylinder, there by increasing the speed of the truck and also durability of the engine. == correct answer== if engine is blowing oil,but still running fine, you more than likely have bad valve stem seals this allows oil to run down valves into combustion chamber fix it before you burn out ya valves
It would pull sharply to the right.
Jet streams blow at speeds of 200 to 400 kilometers per hour.
Not running on all cylinders Check plugs, wires Do compression check
If wind speeds are great enough, i.e. Hurricane or tornado, cows have been known to be blown off the ground
Probably leaking freon.
blow by through the turbo ,my truck did the same thing had to get the turbo rebuilt
The wind would have to be gaining speeds up 85+ mph. Like Tornado
your truck blue smoke when it burns oil, or transmission fluid.
buy a cummins
It affected them by turning them stupid and then they would blow up.
No, if a fuse were to overheat it would blow. A shorted circuit can cause a fuse to blow. Yes. If the fuse for the electric cooling fan should blow, then the fan will not turn on and remove heat from the radiator at low speeds. At higher speeds, there will be enough air movement to cool the radiator. Also if your experiencing problems with your car overheating you should look into other causes, such as making sure your anti freeze reservoir is full
Yes it can, my head gasket blew on by truck just a little causing oil to enter the cylinder chamber. Once I did an oil change it would get black within the next couple of days, that is a definate sign of blow by.
Check your coolant level. If its too low the sensor won't read the temperature of your coolant.
Blow them up with TNT.
Uranus has wind speeds up to 560 miles per hour.
Take it to the one of the most trusted truck mechanics if that does not work maybe take it in for a truck trade in and get a new truck.
A for sale sign, then buy a diesel.
I would say "don't rain on my parade"
One of the temp blend door actuators is bad.
It is probably a Dodge. Consider yourself fortunate that it even runs.
is this a diesel truck?does this engine have a turbo?if it is a diesel with a turbo,it will blow white smoke when cold till it warms upif it continues to blow smoke check your air filterother reason if it continues to blow smoke is the turbo is about to crater get it checkedalso check engine oil for coolant lossif coolant is leaking into cylanders,this will cause white smoke
Are you touching the glass part of the bulb when you install them if so that is why the blow because the oil on ur skin speeds up the process and gets it hotter faster there for it blows
You click on Snoopy and he'll start to blow.