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21 HP V-TWIN IS BURNING OIL. SMOKEY EXHAST, IS THERE CRANKCASE VENTILATION, EVERY TIME i CHANGE SPEEDS A PUFF CLOUD APPERS, BLUE SMOKE ALL TIME

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SOURCE: White Smoke comming out of Briggs and Stratton 21 HP V2 engine.

The white smoke may have been caused by having water in the fuel, or fuel tank [due to condensation or exposure to rain and snow]. It may have been that the mower got tipped for cleaning purposes, blade inspection, etc. and oil from the low lying oil pan got into the piston.

Either way, I recommend installing a brand new spark plug and new gasoline [you can purchase a little gas siphoning hose for a dollar or so at any auto parts store] If you have gasoline left over in a can from last year it is safe to use it in your car as it mixes with lots of new gas, but not in your small mower tank as it is basically outdated fuel.

Posted on May 19, 2009

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SOURCE: Stratton Briggs Stratton Intek V - Twin Engine 21

The oil is contaminated with water. Change oil and filter, if it has one.

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SOURCE: B&S 21 hp twin that only Runs With choke all the way out

I THINK THE CARBY NEEDS A KIT AND SOME ADJUSTMENT

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SOURCE: mower will ocassionaly puff a huge cloud of smoke

Check your engine oil level, it sounds like it could be too high.

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Has grey blue smoke at ldle what is thecause.?


blue cloud --blue smoke means your burning oil can be from a number of reasons such as head problems --valve guides cracks in head gasket -scorched cylinder wall -piston rings aslo check oil if murky brown or greyish brown coolant getting in oil indicates more towards upper engine problems

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What is the compression ratio for my engine?

Briggs & Stratton side valve (L-Head) engines use a compression ratio of 6 to 1.Our Overhead Valve (OHV) engines use a compression ratio of 8.5 to 1.

What would cause my engine to "puff" smoke while it runs?

White/blue smoking usually indicates the burning of oil. Causes to this condition include:
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  • Incorrect oil grade
  • Operating engine at greater than a 15 degree angle
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  • Turning/Tilting the engine on its side for any reason (storage, changing oil, etc). If the engine has to be tilted, ensure the spark plug is facing upwards to help prevent oil from escaping the crankcase.
Also, be aware that any small air leak can cause an excess of air entering the crankcase and will create a higher oil mist than the breather is capable of handling. The excess oil will then return through the breather tube and back to the air filter. Engine oil capacity is dependant on your specific engine model. To determine your engine's oil capacity, please visit our Oil Capacitypage. Oil level checking and changing intervals are available on ourMaintenance Schedule page, as well as a hyperlink (text highlighted in blue) leading to oil changing procedures.
The "Oil" section of your Operator's Manual also contains this information. Other possible causes include operating or tilting the unit at an angle, an obstruction in the breather tube (located behind the air filter), damage to the cylinder/piston rings, etc.

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Blue smoke is the result of burning engine oil, plain and simple. A high mileage engine will have worn cylinders and piston rings that allow for increased "blowby" with every cylinder firing. Exhaust gasses will sneak past the piston rings and momentarily pressurize the crankcase with each cylinder firing. The puff of gasses in the crankcase blows some oil returning from the valve train back into the valve train area in mist form where it is sucked up by the PCV and introduced to the intake manifold where it is mixed with incoming air to be burned in the cylinders along with some fuel. And that is how blue smoke happens...

The solution is an engine rebuild or a different engine in better shape. The latter is the least-cost solution.

A defective PCV *could* result in more oil burning, but I think not as much as in your case. The keyword is "'99 Plymouth Breeze."
Age is not a friend to the Plymouth Breeze.

Hope this helps you choose what to do next!

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2 quarts in a week is a lot. Check your positive crankcase ventilation PCV pipe (and valve if you have one). If the pipe is clogged or the valve is stuck shut then this could cause pressure to build in the crankcase and force oil vapor past the piston rings to be burnt. The amount is so fine per stroke you would hardly see it in the exhaust plume, this is not like worn valve guides where drips of oil cause great clouds of blue smoke. If the PCV is OK you need to have your engine dry and wet pressure tested to determine if you have worn rings

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Is there a question here ?
Are you refering to smoke coming out of the exaust ? Engine compartment ?

Please clairafy..

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