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Burnt oil smell when driving 96 ford bronco

When driving this vehicle there is an unexplained burnt oil smell. Not sure where its coming from.

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Leaking valve cover gaskets

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SOURCE: 1995 Ford Bronco dies when coming to a stop.

The idle air control solenoid could be bad. give the engine a vacuum leak and see if that helps any

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SOURCE: burnt oil smell coming from heater

make sure the pvc valve is in place on the valve cover on the passenager side and also make sure the oil filter does not have a double gasket on it cause this will make it leak and the fan would blown oil back on the engine

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SOURCE: 96 taurus wagon goes to neutral when vehicle comes to full stop.

That would be your neutral park switch is bad or broken. If the shifter linkage is not aligned with the neutral park switch it will not work properly. Located on drivers side on top of Trans.

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SOURCE: Smoke from exhaust when decelerating on Ford F-350 Powerstroke

Either valve stem seals are leaking or the turbo oil seal is leaking.

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SOURCE: Oil in the floorboard of '77 Ford Bronco

if there was an alternate gauge installed it may have a oil line on it from the engine to the gauge if so it might have a hole in that line is it on the driver side or passanger side?

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