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Hi my Jeep loss power when driving on the hill and blue smoke coming a lot ,so what is the problem.

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Your second post, this time no motorcycle references.
STILL no jeep stated, no name, no engine, no trans, and no country stated. (ahopeless case !)
sorry but the blind can not tell you what is wrong.
a helper here in fixya can only, guess, or tell you to do tests.
we are blind, we cant see that smoke or smell it.
is engine gas or diesel (CRD diesel?)
if we could, 1 nanosecond later, bingo, what it is.
fuel, steam (+AF) or smoke, for sure.!!!
why not as the living hands on guys, called service techs, or mechanics, (as 99% do now)
any answers here is snatching at straws blind.

here is my wild and useless guess. (just to blend in)
never tuned up this decade, 100 years of stats on that.
the smoke is black, and is fuel and is gross misfiring.
caused by, NEVER ever got a tune up this decade.
no only that , no country stated,
nor if a diesel or petrol engine,
nor what engine
all we know is it needs 2nd gear to get more power.
and smoke.

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Check your plugs and ignition wires. Dark smoke usually indicates running rich; white smoke usually indicates burning oil. If it's cutting out when the engine is loaded, it usually means weak ignition or bad plugs. Also possible is a filthy air filter, but they rarely get bad enough to make the engine run too rich.

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Blue smoke is ring or big end bearing problems
could be overfull sump with the crank shaft running in oil and overloading the oil rings

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