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Chrysler new yorker with a 3.0 liter v-6 engine burns and smells oil and stalls when hot. Can anything be done other than change the engine to fix or improve this problem?

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Bad valve guides and seats were pretty common item on those 3.0L engines in those days. Caused oil to leak in beside guides and into cylinder, especially at idle, or after hard acceleration, then let off (highest vacuum ) when warm. If your handy at all, heads can be done pretty reasonably at engine shop, or even get a set of heads from newer engine, when problem was cured.

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