Subaru White Smoke Out Exhaust
guygettnby View Public Profile Find More Posts by guygettnby 03-21-2012, 01:26 PM #11 guygettnby Scooby Specialist Member#: 298231 Join Date: Oct 2011 Chapter/Region: MAIC Location: maryland Vehicle:2011 WRX WRB Have the TSB # ready to bring to the dealer along with the VIN number range to show them in case they try to shrug you off. 2005 Obsidian Black Pearl White puffs of smoke = bad, like cracked piston, but no smoke doesn't rule out problem. Ekle Bu videoyu daha sonra tekrar izlemek mi istiyorsunuz? this contact form
View Quote Exactly, if that is the theory the dealer gave me, I might find a new mechanic... Forgot your password? John 07 WRX man show is offline Quote Reply Page 1 of 2 1 2 « 2010 Acceleration/driveability issues | Will Only Push Start Currently Active Users Viewing This I have had higher than normal oil consumption (add 3-4 quarts in between oil changes 5k miles) but ....
Subaru White Smoke Out Exhaust
I have oil in the intercooler and the lines but told it was normal. My stock turbo was swapped out at 108k miles and had ZERO shaft play and the seals were in excellent shape. Thanks guys. This creates kind of an oil steam in the engine that is run back into the intake system.
you try to kill them right back!Wow... They still didn't fix anything. I just took it out, cleaned it after i noticed that, while driving, as i stepped on the clutch, the idle holds from 1200rpm and drops as i halt to a Subaru Wrx White Smoke On Startup The oil is likely getty by the valve seal, then it passes through the valve guide, past the valve, and into the cylinder.
You should be able to check the oil fill tube any time the car is running but cold start ups would probably be best. Subaru Blue Smoke On Startup He explained it like this... So i looked for oil in the intercooler and pipes, to see if the turbo seals are the problems for the oil loss or the blue smoke. Thanks in advance for your help.
You can change this preference below. Wrx Bad Pcv Valve Symptoms Subscribe Contact Us Advertising [email protected] General [email protected] Copyright © 1996-2017 AR15.COM LLC. mslatfly is offline Quote Quick Reply post #7 of 11 (permalink) Old 11-16-2009, 01:21 PM Thread Starter flyfish_ar Registered User Join Date: Aug 2009 Posts: 5 Feedback Score: 0 Only happens at start up.
Subaru Blue Smoke On Startup
i also called a local tuner and asked them about it all. http://www.iwsti.com/forums/2-5-liter-litre-factory-motor/199128-white-smoke-start-up.html so i really have a feeling it has to do with my setup and the tune. Subaru White Smoke Out Exhaust Jay why does he have nothing to worry about ? Wrx White Smoke On Cold Start Have the TSB # ready to bring to the dealer along with the VIN number range to show them in case they try to shrug you off.
Car was emitting a bit of white smoke out the exhaust. Help! Quote: Originally Posted by guroove View Post That is high. masterforce View Public Profile Find More Posts by masterforce 03-21-2012, 01:16 PM #10 guygettnby Scooby Specialist Member#: 298231 Join Date: Oct 2011 Chapter/Region: MAIC Location: maryland Vehicle:2011 WRX WRB Sti White Smoke On Startup
Currently I am now running the torqued performance stage 2 map and the car feels so much stronger and smoother. Seems to be part of the problem. The smoke only happens at startup below 50 Deg or so . during cold start, while it is warm or just any time it is idling?
I have taken the vehicle to my local subaru dealership and at first they couldnt duplicate it. Kyole is offline Quote post #5 of 20 Old 07-01-2009, 08:32 PM 03 CrazyTaxi WRXtuners Member Join Date: Jan 2006 Location: Missouri Posts: 728 Images: 4 I use there is not a drop of smoke after start up nothing on/off boost or over run, no real loss in oil, water does not loose a drop.
This is water vapor as mentioned above....you might even see it slightly when starting up on a chilly summer early AM start but it fades away in a minute, probably less.
Thing is, i can't take the turbo out of the car, since i use it to drive arround. I understand different manufacturers of synthetic oils use different treatments and conditioners in there oil but in the end the viscosity of the oil comes out the same.. i finally fixed that hose and installed T-bolt clamps, thats the only reason i know and i did that all at the same time. Jay **jay** View Public Profile Find More Posts by **jay** View iTrader Profile 08 April 2012, 04:39 PM #3 chopperman Scooby Regular Join Date: Dec 2010 Posts:
or investergate myself, it still does it now and then prob once or twice a week, Also guys i still have a oil leak from drivers side i had the rocker i know when i installed the DP alittle over a week ago there was no oil and no shaft play. It's pretty easy if you can get the car up on jackstands. they are all the same looking.
Dilinizi seĆ§in. I mean get them to pay for repairs. If its rings it will show a low reading. You could have overboosted and damaged the motor, so I would check if you're exceeding target boost.
If you have any problems with the registration process or your account login, please contact us. * Registered users of the site do not see this welcome message. Compression and leakdown is the right thing to do. +1 I had the same problem with my 07 only on cold starts I would get smoke. I have a feeling it is bad valve seals due to the problem only occuring on initial startup after having sat overnight. I am fed up with the dealership and the factory rep telling me smoke on startup is normal.
Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Google Search Go to Page... car smoking on startup Hi guys Well iv had my sti classic shape a week now, and today i started it and a cloud of smoke come out (smelt like oil) Once removed and cleaned there has been no smoke since. Yes yes, I know what a valve seal leak is.
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