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Old 06-01-2012, 12:45 PM   #1
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When my car sets for a while when I start it , it blows a bunch of blue smoke then is fine .. Or when I get on it it will blow it also ...

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Just the first time I get on it after that it won't blow the blue smoke
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Old 06-01-2012, 01:24 PM   #2
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When my car sets for a while when I start it , it blows a bunch of blue smoke then is fine .. Or when I get on it it will blow it also ...

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Just the first time I get on it after that it won't blow the blue smoke
The valve seals are probably leaking.
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Old 06-01-2012, 01:26 PM   #3
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Ohh joy ... That's not cheap is it
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Seals are cheap, labor isn't.
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Ohh joy ... That's not cheap is it
Seals are inexpensive.
If you have access to some compressed air you can get an adapter to screw into the spark plug hole and a valve spring compressor and change them out yourself.


- This is on a Chevy, but the basics are the same.
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So I was nosin around my car today.. And when it is idling the PVC valve hose is sucking its self shut... I assume this is bad
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So I was nosin around my car today.. And when it is idling the PVC valve hose is sucking its self shut... I assume this is bad
Yes, replace the hose.
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I got a new hose and pcv and no more burning oil or check engine light !

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Got a new PCV and vaccume hose no more burning oil .. And no check engine light
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I got a new hose and pcv and no more burning oil or check engine light !

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Got a new PCV and vaccume hose no more burning oil .. And no check engine light
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