Question about 1998 Plymouth Voyager
It sounds like oil is seeping into the cylinders while the car is stationary and then being burnt off in one big puff of smoke when you start the engine. You're probably also burning oil when the car is running. You may notice that you have to constantly add oil to keep the level up. It's not uncommon for old engines to burn oil. The proper fix would involve either a ring job or a valve job both of which involve quite a bit of labor. If you had to pay a mechanic to fix it, it may cost more than the car is worth. It not a great solution from the air pollution standpoint but you could probably continue driving the car for years by just adding oil as needed. You may have to replace the spark plugs more often because the burning oil will tend to foul them.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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