Dec 9 2004, 10:09 PM
yo ppl can some one tell me how i can stop the somke from comeing out of my exhust.im sick of the somke comeing from my exhust i cant figer out how to get it to stop if some one can help me pls thx.
Dec 9 2004, 10:25 PM
Not trying to flame, but isn't this the same guy with the crx that can own any other car? You would think after doing all those upgrades to your car, you'd know how it worked, and how to troubleshoot it.
Dec 9 2004, 10:37 PM
i know its burning oil and shit but i have tryed it all and i cant fix it.so dont post if u cant help and stop starting shit man dam.
Dec 9 2004, 10:52 PM
Possible oil leak? Sounds like oil is getting into the combustion chamber. Does your oil lever decrease constanly? like have you been adding oil alot lately? If so replace seals.
Dec 9 2004, 10:55 PM
na man but my oil lecks a little like a drop every 5min or so do i just have to find the hole and pach it or what.
Dec 10 2004, 05:12 AM
what color smoke? (white is antifreeze leak (probably head gasket), blue is oil (probably piston rings), and black is generally a turbo fing up.)
Dec 10 2004, 05:15 AM
If it's a leak find it. Odds are it's as simple as replacing a seal. And oil dripping onto a manifold or headers will burn off causing smoke.
If it's coming out of the exhaust it's getting into the combustion chamber somehow. Could be your rings are worn. A leak down test will generally tell you if this is the case. They take your compression and then leak oil into the cylinder and retake it. If the compression goes up it means oil is getting around the ring and forming a temp seal allowing compression to go up temporarily. And your rings are toast.
If you truly do have a turbo (No fight on this guys.), then you could be pissing oil into your intake or even exhaust via a leaking seal there. You can check any intake line after the turbo for oil on the inside of the tubes. There shouldn't be oil there.
Dec 11 2004, 02:26 PM
white - coolant
blue - oil
black - gas
Dec 11 2004, 04:44 PM
yo the oil is leaking frum the oil pan.and its black somke
Dec 11 2004, 05:24 PM
If you've got black smoke it's burning somewhere. So either you've got another oil leak or there's oil getting into the chamber as said.
Dec 11 2004, 11:32 PM
oil does not burn black..... you are running too rich..... if you have that teenie weenie turbo kit as pictured then check your IC pipes...
Dec 12 2004, 12:19 AM
|QUOTE (SupraKid @ Dec 12 2004, 12:35 AM)|
| oil does not burn black..... you are running too rich..... if you have that teenie weenie turbo kit as pictured then check your IC pipes... |
I'm generally along the lines of thinking that most people tend to call the blue oil smoke black as well. But, you arew very correct. If it IS in fact black and not blue. (And burning oil has a quite distinct smell as well), then it's not oil.
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