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Smoke cuming in oil gage

When car start,,some time i open to check the oil level,,small quantity smoke cuming through oil cheking pipe

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Normally, the oil is checked with the motor off. You won't get a true reading while the motor is running. The automatic transmission is checked with the motor running, usually in park.

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