Question about 1988 Mazda B2200
The oil rings on the pistons may be stuck, gummed up. I would remove the spark plugs and and see if you can find some Combustion Chamber Cleaner or some other type of cleaner that will cut carbon and oil sludge. Put about .5 oz in each cylinder over night and in the morning spin the enigne over a few timers and then replace the plugs and go drive it a few miles. That may get the rings unstuck.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
What i am learning with my smoking 1989 b2200is that nothing fixes it unless you do a ring job. there is no quick fix and that doing the valve stem seals is also a waste of time. time for a small block.
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