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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: white smoke
Sounds typical of head gasket failure.
With this you get oil into cylinders / water into cylinders, burning oil, loosing water - but no leaks. "boiling" of radiator and overflows.
Check your coolant and oil levels - they will be low.
Get a few quotes for a head gasket replacement - and timing belt change, as it has to come off when you do this anyway & no sense putting an old one on - they often snap if retensioned.
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Posted on Jun 22, 2008
SOURCE: 1990 dodge dynasty
Same thing happened to my '89 Dynasty. Turns out the security system was engaged and this stops the motor from running; therefore. a thief cannot drive away with the car! The system is set by using the power locks or an autolock fob, but not by locking manually. Disconnecting the battery will also engage the security system. To disengage, close the driver or passenger (front) door and turn the key in the lock.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
Does it do it all the time? It is the rings and I know Mazdas are notoriou for doing this in the mornings when cold and after it warms up it stops because the rings swell up and slow the leaking down. Nothing you can do but rebuild the motor.
How ever, it may also be a headgasket. Have you checked your oil to see if it is milky in color? If it is then a new headgasket is in order. You can try a block sealer first though and see if it stops it up. Get the goos stuff in the silver can at napa. It will cost you 10 bucks but I sealed my Mazda doing that once and it lasted another two years. I went the extra mile on mine though and I took out the thermostat and poured the sealer right into the hole where the thermostat goes in. This gurantees the sealer will make it to the gasket. Follow the directions on the can and it should fix it for a while. It will not hurt it even if it is not the gasket so no worries there. Good Luck and keep us informed, The Raz
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
SOURCE: 2005 dodge 3500 5.9 cummins,it
You have a blown turbo.You have to replace the turbo the oil is going into the turbo and being recycled into the engine and being put into the cylinders if you keep driving it the way it is you will eventually blow the engine. It will high RPM and be running on oil it is called a runaway turbo. It will burn every ounce of oil in your engine in a matter of min utes and your engine will seize up before you know it.It is an exspensive part to replace but it is a very easy thing to change even for the most un mechanical person.Make sure you change your oil & filter at the same time because you will probably have diesel fuel in your oil as well.The bearing does not have to be bad in order for the turbo to be bad.
Posted on May 01, 2011
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