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My car drink abit of engines oil,and it smoke while I went up hill.

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The rings on the pistons are probably shot. Oil is leaking into the combustion chamber and burning up with the fuel, this is the cause of the smoke and the reason it's using oil.
Get it to a professional mechanic as this is not something to attempt at home. Hope that helps!

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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