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TRUCK STALLS AND IS SPITTING OUT OIL FROM MUFFLER

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If your oil is coming out your tailpipe your engine is burning it. Most likely the piston rings are worn and need replaced. That means rebuilding the engine and cost is going to be in the thousands. Probably between $2000-2500 for a re-ring job. You need to check if it is oil, or carbon/water. Take your finger and wipe the inside of the tailpipe. Is it slippery like oil, or gritty like water and carbon? If it is just carbon then it is no big deal.

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