Any oil burning will result in "blue" smoke. If you have blue smoke coming out of your exhaust, you definitely have an engine problem
If your engine is blowing blue smoke your engine is burning oil.If the smoke is present on acceleration, the piston rings are bad.If smoke is present on deceleration, then the valve guide seals are bad.
White smoke usually indicates a water leak into the engine block. Blue or black smoke would indicate an oil leak. possibly pistons!! my 88 Monte Carlo did that
What color the smoke is makes a difference, blue smoke=engine oil, black smoke=excess fuel, white smoke=engine coolant.
Blue smoke, burning oil. (tired) White smoke, burning coolant. (bad head gasket) Black smoke, excess gasoline (flooding).
Blue smoke is burning oil.
Blue smoke? The end result of a tired engine. White smoke? Cracked head or bad head gasket.
sounds like you have head gasket problem if the exhaust smoke is white in colour then its engine coolant if its blue smoke then its burning oil you will need to get the engine pressure tested at a garage.
Blue smoke is caused by engine oil being burnt by the engine.
blue smoke comes out the tail pipe when your engine is burning oil caused by a worn engine.
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.
blue smoke is pretty bad.. your adding ethanol to your diesel fuel when your at the pumps Blue smoke could be a sign of engine wear. The blue is the engine oil being burnt in the engine. 2 possible wear parts are the intake valve guides and the piston oil rings.
the engine is burning oil. blue smoke oil white smoke antifreeze black smoke excess fuel
Blue smoke is oil burning. Loud noises in the engine means internal engine problems. Time for a complete overhaul of this engine.
The color of the smoke will help identify the problem. Blue smoke is engine or transmission oil. Black smoke, excess fuel. White smoke, engine coolant.
Blue smoke is from the engine burning oil. You could have too much oil or an internal engine failure.
White smoke = Coolant leak, head gasket is the likely culprit. Blue smoke = Engine burning oil. Black smoke = Engine running too rich, wasting fuel.
You probably have a little oil seeping into the combustion chamber while the engine is off. Once you start the engine, this oil is burned and causes the smoke you see.
Blue smoke, engine oil. Worn rings, valve guides. Black smoke, eccess gasoline. Flooding. White smoke, engine coolant. Cracked head or bad head gasket.
In a diesel engine, blue smoke is an indication of oil being burned. Black smoke means that there is incomplete combustion of the fuel. White smoke can be seen when raw diesel fuel is not being burned.
You probably can't, as it's usually caused by worn piston rings.
blue smoke is oil. white smoke is water. black smoke is unburnt fuel
Blue smoke is burning oil.Blue smoke is burning oil.
Yes, this is simply showing your car is working, however, what SHOULD'NT come out of your exhaust pipe is red flames. If that is what's coming out, I'd check with mechanic. In general, Blue smoke, engine oil. Black smoke, excess fuel. White smoke, engine coolant.