Excessive Smoke From Exhaust Pipe
How to Repair Excessive Smoke from the Exhaust PipeA small amount of smoke from the exhaust pipe of the car is normal. Excessive smoke is created by a malfunction. The smoke is cause by excessive fuel or engine oil. If this condition is allowed to continue it can affect the exhaust system. Failures can range from catalytic converter becoming plugged to engine overheating and poor fuel economy. Below we have listed the most common causes for this condition. Many people consider blue smoke from a vehicle to be elusive. Blue smoke is generally caused because of several specific conditions in the vehicle's engine. We will help you determine what the problem is so it can be corrected and stop the blue smoke. This smoke appears mostly at morning start up because oil from the vehicle's engine is mixing with the gas inside the engine's combustion chambers, then burned together with the fuel from the injectors while the engine is running. This can result in a very expensive repair, but not always. The more expensive and usually terminal reason for blue smoke is the piston rings have worn out allowing engine oil to pass into the combustion chamber.Smoke that is Produced by Engine Malfunctions List Below:
burn oil, some engines have a small oil drain back holes in the cylinder heads, these holes allow the engine oil to drain back into the oil pan. The oil is picked up by the oil pump and returned back to the engines vital parts under pressure. If these drain back holes become plugged it can cause oil to seep down into the valves and into the combustion chamber. To repair this problem remove the valve cover and clean debris from the drain back holes, reassemble and recheck (note: after repair you must wait 2 to 4 days before the remainder of oil on the valve stems to be removed).