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No apparent smog but is consuming 2 quarts per 3000 miles
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Oil consumptiom
Figuring off of national standards thata gasoline engine is allowed to burn 1qt. of oil every 2,000 miles tthey would be correct.But That is not to say for that particular engine providing that oil has been changed every 3000 miles,There could be other problems contributing to your car,for instance cklogged pcv valve,leaking injectors or fuel preasure regulator both can cause fuel contamination to engine oil (Dillution) Thins oil too much,or overheat condition,or failed cat convertor.With this in mind talk with another Nissan dealer if only by Phone.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
SOURCE: What is normal oil consumption?
you may want to upgrade your oil to a thicker oil that helps alot more than people think its normal anywhere from 1qt to 1/2 a qt every 3000 miles that sounds pretty good and a healthy engine upgrade on brands and viscosity that should take care of that but it will burn more oil if the engine is being broken into for the first time if its brand new
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
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