Question about Toyota Pickup
Likely a fuel problem.
Replace the gas filter and air filter.
The gas filter should be under pressure from the fuel pump.
If the problem persists you may need a new fuel pump. This is usually located on top of the Fuel tank and it is hard to get to.
Posted on Jun 18, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I will suggest that perhaps the blue smoke is not purely oil. It sounds like you may have an ignition problem where the engine has a hard time firing until warmed. The blue smoke may be, at least in part, unspent fuel. I realize that a warm engine that uses oil will smoke blue, but excessively rich conditions on startup can result in a similar effect. If the choke circuit is delivering a little extra fuel from a dirty injector, the problem may be worse when starting from cold.
To remedy this, I would suggest a simple replacement of plugs and wires, as well as a fuel injector cleaner through the tank. I would bet money that these simple maintenance points would solve your problem.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
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