Has there been more smoke than usual coming out of your exhaust system? The combustion chamber in your engine is designed to burn a mixture of air and fuel. That's it. As your mileage increases, oil can contaminate the combustion chamber. This condition, known as oil blow-by, often results when friction and metal-to-metal contact have worn parts and created gaps between the cylinder walls, piston rings and valve guide seals.
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