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2001 celica oil disappearing

I can fill it up and 2 days later it is empty. I don't see any on the ground or anywhere under the hood.

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When you start your car in the morning check for bleu smoke from your tailpipe

if it is bleu your are burning your oil

possible motor overhaul

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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