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I have a leak on my corolla altis 2000 no puddle,no smoke I have notice oil leak(wetting) somewhere in crankcase and I smell burning oil on tailpipe what parts should I replace I have also notice wetting in the middle part of engine block down to the crankcase pls.help

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SOURCE: Oil Leaking on 2000 Toyota Corolla.

check if there is oil on the belt, sound like the front crank seal is leaking

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The white smoke is from anti freeze. The smell of gas in your oil is probably from the same cause. I do beleive you did not clean the milled ares good enough before installing one or both of your gaskets. Just in case you did loosen one of the head bolts up for any reason....One bolt I do beleive on the right front bank of this engine has to be also sealed before re enstalling it for coolant will pass through it if not sealed

Posted on May 24, 2009

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SOURCE: white smoke when reved up

White smoke on startup could be a head gasket leak between the water jacket and the cylinder. Won't always show in the oil. Antifreeze makes it smell oily or sweet. Compression test will tell for sure. Bluish is oil that was burned. White is usually water or oil into exhaust after combustion.

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I have toyota corona 3s engine it smokes black and fuel consuption is high we have changed the engine oil and cylinderhead gassecate but still black smoke is comming what should i do

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SOURCE: engine burning oil no oil leak little smoke

oil leaks are hard to identify by the blue smoke that you used to see. most of this smoke is burned up by the catalytic converter. at least until all of that oil plugs the converter up. you can tell if your burning oil by removing the spark plugs, and checking their appearance against diagnostic charts redily available on the internet. oil burning will leave a distinctive residue.

Posted on Dec 21, 2010

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