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My Volvo s40 2.0 none turbo burns oil and is slower and misfires sometimes hard start when hot what causes this?


Burning oil may be the cause of the rest. Bad PCV system? Worn rings? Bad valve guide seals? Fully describe how and when it burns oil.

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When I drive my 2005 ford escape I sometimes smell something burning?


Either it is due to heat from engine I.e. burning dripped oil or clutch issues.incorrect use of clutch I.e. Slipping it or resting foot on it will cause the clutch fluid to burn and waft into the car interior.i once had a burning smell issue that was due to a bin liner getting stuck underneath the engine which caused it to melt and emit a terrifying smell that caused a few days of anguish.

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Why does fire burn u


Because its hot. Not only will fire burn you but any material or object that is hot can burn you or cause scorching or smoke. An electrical charge can burn you. Leaning against a hot car in the heat of the sun can burn you. Very hot water can burn you. A iron left on can burn you. A stove top burner or oven can burn you. If it's hot, IT BURNS! !

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Causes for isuzu 4jx1 vehicle's dark smoke


Oil burning or excess gas not being fully burned. If gas, smoke will be very black, whereas oil burning has a bluish tinge. If your engine runs good otherwise, it is probably oil burning. Most common cause of that is worn piston rings.

Jan 20, 2015 | Isuzu Cars & Trucks

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Burning oil


That is a possibility. although the most likely cause is worn rings and/or cylinder walls. The excessive white residue is caused by the oil being burned in the cylinder.

Dec 02, 2013 | 1996 GMC Sonoma

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2007 Yukon xl denali burning oil


If you smell burning oil, you may have a leak in the engine compartment reaching the exhaust manifold and burning on contact. The most common cause for that is leaking valve cover gaskets. If you are losing oil with NO signs of external leaks, the engine may be burning it internally. Valve stem oil seals, worn piston rings, blown/leaking head gasket are a few causes of that.

Oct 07, 2012 | 2007 GMC Yukon XL Denali

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What causes a valve to burn


The cause of valve to burned are worn valve seat,worn valves,overheated engine, Its mainly the exhaust valves that burn due to worn valve seats

Mar 23, 2012 | 1990 Toyota 4Runner

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Battery light on and a strong burnin rubber smell


SOUND LIKE ALTERNATOR SHAFT BEARING FAILING CAUSING ALTERNATOR PULLEY LOCK OR PUT DRAG ON DRIVE BELT CAUSING BURN RUBBER SMELL OR DRIVE BELT LOOSE CAUSES BELT SLIPPAGE MAKE BELT RUB AND BURN.WHEN YOU SMELL RUBBER BELT BURN SMELL WATCH OUT DRIVE IS GOING TO BREAK.

Aug 04, 2011 | 1983 Ford Fairmont

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White smoke from exaust


Hi,
When white smoke is spewing from your exhaust, it is usually an indication that something is burning. The typical culprit is a burning fluid from the vehicle, but other causes are possible.

Oil, transmission fluid and antifreeze are the three fluids most likely to be the cause of white smoke coming from your exhaust. Ruptured seals, leaky bolts and blown gaskets can expose oil to hot spots, making it burn. Pinholes or loose lines can cause antifreeze to spray on the engine, while transmission fluid can be sucked into the engine and burn


Here is a form of solution or prevention which can help you out;
Keep your fluids at the appropriate level and change them at the recommended intervals to reduce leaks and maintenance issues. Use the proper types of fluids as well. The wrong transmission fluid can cause your gears to stick and wear down, while the wrong oil can reduce lubrication on the engine and cause internal damage. Improper mixture or wrong type of antifreeze can cause overheating.


Good luck.

Aug 03, 2010 | 1990 Nissan Maxima

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Smells like burning oil, oil is running out under car with a small amount of smoke. There is no noise and no warning lights are on. Oil is under the hood on most of the stuff.


Most likely cause is a leak in the valve cover gasket. Under pressue, a good sized leak will spurt and burn off on the manifuld, causing the smell of burning oil you're getting. This also would cause the presence of oil throughout the engine compartment. Best of luck on your problem.
Greg

Jun 19, 2009 | 2005 Toyota Avalon

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