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Blue smoke 2000 dodge durango Heavy blue smoke at idle after sitting for about5 mins. smells like exhaust but also slight oil smell

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Sorry to say blue smoke is oil and with what you've described sounds like the oil rings on the pistons have given up the ghost, time for a new engine or a rebuild sorry for the bad news. valve stem seals are the only other thing that will cause exhaust smoke but only when you first start the car never while running. hope i have been of some assistance.

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