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Blowing oil I just replaced the head gasket on my metro. I drove it about a 100 miles now its blowing oil bad out of the exhaust. I've never had one to do this. Any ideas appreciated.

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  • firebird7126 Sep 16, 2008

    yes i had. valve job done on it.

  • fageo Feb 06, 2009

    i had 1990 geo metro 3 cylinder blue smoke comeout through mufler.its bad smelling,gas millage reduced

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Sounds like you got the top end sealed up tight.So now the compression that used to escape around the valves and seals is escaping around the rings and taking the oil with it.

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When you had the head off did you take it in to a machine shop to have checked over. did you put the new valve seals in?

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