Question about 1995 Land Rover Discovery
Ticks over ok
Blue smoke from the exhaust of a petrol engined vehicle is a sign of the engine burning oil. It could be a number of things- broken/worn piston rings. worn valve guides or even a holed piston. It could also be burning transmission fluid if it has an automatic gearbox. Take it to a mechanic and get it looked at by a professional, it will be cheaper than buying a new engine or car.
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i believe the engine is running too lean as if it was running too rich it would blow black smoke If it was blue smoke it is oil related eg valve stem seals,valve guides and or piston rings all of these things will create blue smoke if one of the above is worn out
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