Thanks for the info. Like I said, it was a long shot, but I will
never forget those billowing clouds of white smoke. A friend and I
had just rebuilt that engine and put it back together. We thought we
had screwed up big time, and the white smoke really threw us. When we
finally had to add trans fluid, the light bulb came on.
yea you guys really have some great info and ideas...tomorrow ill stop
ovr his house and i will pull off the vacume line going to the brake
booster and i will plug it and see if it quits smoking..(he doesnt
really work on anything, but hes learning...i do most of the work on
his truck for him)....i do know that it uses brake fluid perdy
bad....i figured it was just rear brake cylinders leaking it.....he
has to put that special silicone stuff in it....thanks alot and i will
check it out....you guys really are awsome..thanks again
On Sep 20, 11:11 pm, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
ok well i put new intake manifold gaskets and a different manifold on
the motor..before i put the gaskets on i made sure that the manifold
fitted the angles and everything of the heads..it fit like a
glove...absolutly perfect..it did have oil inside the old manifold
that i took off..should it be there??i put everything back together
and shes still smokin like a b*tch...what should i do now?????thanks
Still white smoke or blue?
it just started smokin out the
tailpipe very bad he runs it to and from work and it burns about a
quart of oil a day.....Head gasket???? valve seals???? what could it
Let's see, a fresh rebuild and it's burning a quart a day...broken oil
There should not be oil in the intake runners. Was the oil evenly
distributed throughout the manifold or was it only found in one section? Are
you using a PCV valve? If you take the oil fill cap off while the engine is
running do excessive vapors escape? It's normal for some vapors to whisp out
of the oil fill but it shouldn't be pumping out smoke. When you did the
compression test what were the results? What did the spark plugs look like?
Were any them wet or heavily carbon crusted? Do you have milky looking oil
or coolant? If you run it with the radiator cap loose does it quit smoking?
If it's using that much oil, and it was a gasket issue. I would think
you would see an obvious problem when you pulled off the manifold, like
places where no contact was made when it was tightened up. There isn't
any crack in it, is there? like where oil splash would be sucked right
in. My 77 Power Wagon's 360 didn't have a single straight edge on the
heads. I replaced them with a set I found in a junkyard right out of a
freshly wrecked Charger. Those were straight, and after porting them,
and solving the intake leak issue, it finally ran great and used no oil.
I just wonder if the thing has messed up rings, so bad it's just pumping
oil. There would be massive blowby, and taking off the oil filler would
definitely show it.
A compression check would probably show several nearly dead cylinders,
or one horrible one.
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