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Mazda 2ooocc turbo diesel

White smoke on start up using oil dealer cant find problem emmision test ok

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  • jock 60 Feb 23, 2008

    engine milelage 48000 used one litre oil in 12000 miles diesel turbo just out off warrenty by 2 months tested by main dealer result engine ok exaust emision ok but still lots of smoke on initial start up stops after 2 minutes running

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Valve seals if its only on start up generally.. What motor? And how much oil loss per mileage?

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