Question about Ford Bantam
Alex, blue smoke means oil is entering into your cylinder heads and getting burned with the fuel. a number of things can cause this. Gasket, valve, valve seals, worn cylinder rings. Does the blue smoke just appears when you start up the ford and then disappears - indication of worn valve seals. Continuous blue smoke indicates worn cylinder rings or gasket. You can have someone do a compression test on each cylinder and see the results. Low compression on any of the cylinders may indicate worn rings or valves. Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
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