Question about 1991 Dodge Dynasty
Runs great but smokes terrible. Like its sucking oil from somewhere.
Since your car is 23 years old it could be several things, one being the drain holes in the head could be stopped up and allowing oil to pool up in the top end under valve cover. When that happens the oil can be sucked down around the valve stems and cause smoking. If you haven't changed oil regularly the oil could be diluted and very thin causing seepage around the rings and valve stems. Also, it could be that your engine is just plain worn out.
Posted on Nov 08, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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