This will be a warranty claim under the 100,000 plan. They have to follow procedures so the company will pay the dealer.
I would do the 1,000 mile test as they cannot submit a claim until this is done.
They will also require service records for oil changes as well. If you missed 1 service for any reason, they can deny the warranty anyway. Some dealers will stand behind that and some will not.
As far as the usage, it will not smoke as the muffler and the cat converter will consume the oil and prevent most of the smoke. You may smell the oil in the exhaust since it is in both of those components.
Is this a turbo?
I attached the TSB with the guidelines for the dealer to check before approval of the warranty. There is no way around this if you want it fixed under warranty.
A compression test will verify if the rings are bad.
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Sunday, May 9th, 2021 AT 5:24 AM