Question about Chrysler Pacifica
Well, if the engine is not leaking oil anywhere, then it is burning it.If this is a new and sudden thing, you may just need a tune up or there could be internal problems. If it has been a gradual increase over time, it's most likely wear. Either way it should go to a shop for proper diagnosis. Onje of the things they should do is a compression test.
This would save you a lot of money because there are dozens of different reasons why an engine burns oil. Let us know what they say and we can better help with the repairs.
Posted on Aug 01, 2013
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