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I have oil coming out my exhaust with tons of smoke. I have a 2006 carrera S. Oil is all over the back of my car with several drops below the exhaust pipes. Oil pressure read correctly as well as heat.

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That is called blow by your oil is blowing past your piston rings you will need a ring job.

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