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Drain the sump back to the correct oil level and the problems will disappear
the oil rings can not handle the excessive oil and so you get oil into the combustion chamber which oils up the plugs and makes the exhaust smoky
having fixed the oil level go for a run for say 50 miles and the oil should be burnt out of the system
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If oil is Clean and there is no White Smoke that Disapates Fast, Check for Transmission Cooler (IN RADIATER) Problem
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
I have toyota corona 3s engine it smokes black and fuel consuption is high we have changed the engine oil and cylinderhead gassecate but still black smoke is comming what should i do
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
If there is no loss of Coolant, which is a sign of Head gasket failure to the combustion area, which generates white smoke, I would recommend after 4000 miles of your mileage alone, a complete Service of Engine Oil and filter, AIR filter and Fuel filter.
An inexpensive way to find a recurring combustion problem, At 60k miles, the Spark plugs should still be good, but pull them anyway, just to confirm.
Posted on May 10, 2010
If you think you put in too much oil, and you see a lot of foam on the dipstick after-wards and also if you notice lots of smoke coming out of the exhaust ,then you may have to drain some of the oil out.
Also if you overfill your engine with oil then it blows the crank case oil seal and it builds up a lot of Odd Pressure and this is not good for the car engine.
Due to too much oil:---- High pressure may develop in the crankcase from having too much oil in the engine and can lead to oil leakage, as well as premature engine wear and damages. Just get it drained ASAP.
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Posted on May 20, 2010
SOURCE: overfilled engine oil on a
The oil was overfilled this could cause a large amount of oil to enter the exaust and possibly the intake depending on crank case ventilation conditions. If you are positive engine oil levels are adjusted perfectly(warm engine check level running for dry sump oil level ect.). Time is needed to burn off oil residue in exhaust system and intake. Warm up engine low rpm no load, drive vehicle slow with little boost over 5 mins slowly raise rpms for another 5 mins keep driving smoke will burn off while making other drivers mad. sorry just smile and wave.
The engine oil on this vehicle should only be changed by an experinced tech.
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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