returning to a previously asked question about proper warmup these cars are picky also they are mostly oil injected which means it will always burn a little oil also make sure that you are using the proper oil for the car mine is a 12-a which uses 10-40 some may take 10-50 or 20-50 i also know that rotary engines use a sub-zero starting system which will automatically use more oil and also inject a mix of 10% water to 90%antifreze for aluminum engines if your car has this feature MAKE SURE it is topped up or im sure something extremely bad will happen i havent personally experienced what happens when that tank runs dry but it uses this fluid for sure and its obviously there for a reason and could be another reason for the smoke if it is empty
Blue smoke is burning oil.Blue smoke is burning oil.
burning oil = blue smoke
The duration of Blue Smoke is 1.6 hours.
If it's white smoke that disappears after a minute or two, it is due to condensation = normal and nothing to worry about. If it is blue smoke, the valve seals are probably starting to wear and allowing oil to get into the combustion chamber.
Blue smoke is burning oil.
usually blue smoke is oil
Any oil burning will result in "blue" smoke. If you have blue smoke coming out of your exhaust, you definitely have an engine problem
the engine is burning oil. blue smoke oil white smoke antifreeze black smoke excess fuel
your truck blue smoke when it burns oil, or transmission fluid.
Blue smoke is burning oil. If the smoke stops after a moment, It's your valve guide seals.
Blue/grey smoke is usually oil. White smoke is usually coolant in the exhaust. IE: blown head gasket or something. note: if the smoke goes away after it runs for a minute it's oil runnung down the valves when it sits. Common problem, won't hurt anything.
blue smoke can be caused by sticking valves or burnt rings
Blue Max - 1984 VG was released on: USA: 1984
Stuck or broken oil rings can cause blue smoke.
Depends on the color of the smoke. Blue smoke-oil. Black smoke-unburnt fuel.
Black smoke is usually from excess fuel. Blue smoke is usually from excess oil.
Blue Thunder - 1984 was released on: USA: 6 January 1984 UK: 6 February 1984
blue smoke is oil. white smoke is water. black smoke is unburnt fuel
It is caused by oil getting into the combustion chamber and burning off
Burning of oil in cars can contribute to blue smoke from exhaust. However, it is also possible for a car to make blue smoke if a turbocharger is broken or experiencing an oil leak.
A blue whales heart beats 9 times per minute.
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.
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.
I think smoke turns limus paper red and blue i'm not sure