Question about 1998 Toyota Avalon
Im to assume you have high mileage on this vehicle also. the blue smoke in the morning would be oil that leaks down past the valve guide seals overnight. the only way to permantely cure this is to replace these seals by removing the head. is overheating an issue? if not i would go to the autoparts store and i know they sell an additive that you can add during an oil change. this stuff may help. if not, its a $10 loss and nothing hurt or made worse. if youre looking to invest in your vehicle and spend some money, it would be wise to have the headgaskets replaced and while the head is off, have it machined and the valve guide seals replaced. the headset will come with all the seals the machine shop and you will need to seal the engine properly.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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