Question about 2004 Volkswagen Passat
Blue smoke is oil. If you haven't , it's time to start paying close attention to your oil level. It could be a result of wear from high mileage or it could be an internal problem, stuck or leaky valves or a bad piston ring. If it happened suddenly, it's likely mechanical, if it happened gradually it's likely mileage.
Posted on Oct 18, 2013
Testimonial: "well it happened before when we first brought the car this year but it stopped then we changed the oil it started again then stopped and yesterday I checked the oil it had only a drop on the stick so I put oil in it and the smoke started back like if the have full oil it smoke if oil is low it stops ??????????????"
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