Question about 1993 Honda Accord
Chances are if you are blowing blue smoke, you are burning oil. Another cause of blue tint smoke is you are burning to much fuel and not enough air. If the engine does not act erratic or acts like it is flooding out, then I would say you are burning oil. The most common problem found with burning oil is either worn piston rings, bad valve seats/seals. If the engine has high mileage, I would recommend any type of oil treatment. Change your oil, filter included, use some form of engine treatment, run it for a few hundred miles, and rechange your oil and filter again. If your engine has over 100,000 miles, I would highly recommend using an oil that is made for high mileage engines. As this oil has additives that will help ease the aging engine. If this doesn't work for you, I would say you need to have the rings and valve seals replaced. You can do this yourself with a little knowledge of engines and pick yourself up a Haynes Manual at your local auto parts store if you do not already have one. Hope this helps. Feel free to comment if you need more assistance. Please don't forget to rate. Thanks!
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