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Chrysler grand voyeger has blue sh smoke coming out of exhaust using more fuel ???

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Blue smoke is engine oil burning in the combustion chamber. White smoke would be coolant and black smoke is too much fuel. Try replacing the spark plugs to get better fuel mileage, they are most likely fouled due to oil burning.

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Yes this is correct, you can get important information from the colour of smoke from the exhaust:

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Fuel Pressure Regulator: A stuck closed fuel pressure regulator will cause a rich fuel condition.
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White smoke when first started is normal. If white smoke continues you have an internal coolant leak, i.e., cracked head/blown head gasket.
Black smoke is caused by a rich fuel condition.
Blue smoke is caused by oil consumption.

You need to check your oil cap for yellow/white gunk on the cap if you have this then this is a sign your head gasket is cracked. Check to see if your radiator coolant level is down this is also another sign.

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If the car is smoking out of exhaust badly but c-converter was replaced, what else could it be??


You were not specific about the color of the smoke or when and how long it occurred.

After a table top discussion this is the Best possible answer we can provide with information provided.

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Engine Smoking from exhaust pipe, Possible but not limited to some of the below:
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Black Engine running rich Possible Failure
-Map sensor, fuel injector or fuel pressure regulator.
Blue -Replace Faulty Transmission modulator valve
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Blue smoke from exhaust on first start up


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Black smoke on start up


Do a motor flush before the next oil change.
This will free up the rings and regain some of the lose compression.

If it's the org. engine it will has over 90,000 miles on it.

Did you do the 75,000 timing belt change?

It's normal to has the valve stem seal/oil seal on the head to leak oil into the cyclinder.

The smoke you see is the motor oil drop from the seals.

It land on the top of the cyclinders and it create black smoke at start up.

The inexpensive fix is to start using high mileage oil with seal conditioner.
This will help soften the rubber seals and help reduce internal oil leak.

The correct fix is to wait until it's time for a head gasket replacement and let the professional service the head.

Complete head service is the only method to stop this internal oil drip problem.

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