Question about 1993 Toyota Paseo
My Paseo is leaking oil almost as fast as I put it in. When I fill the oil up I can smell my car burn oil until it is empty again. Also occasionally white smoke will come out my tail pipe when driving yet not that much. I have had to garages check it out and both have said they found no leaking or signs of leaking on the engine and believe it is coming out of the oil pan. Does that sound correct?
Hi darlage, Yes unfortunately that sounds correct, have you recently ran over something in the road or driven over a curb?. Have you had your oil changed recently. If you are lucky the drain plug or the filter is loose. Worst case is a hole in the oil pan. Either way you should not drive the vehicle until repaired, you could burn the engine up or actually set the car on fire, the oil on the exhaust could burst into flames. Let me know if this helps and if I can assist further. Please rate this solution. lone99star
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