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    Default City 2001 Silencer is wet with Engine Oil

    Dear All,
    My City 2001 ehaust (silencer) is considerably wet with burnt Engine Oil. At Cold start up, car gives a very little whitish smoke. What can be the actual problem?? Experienced persons, please help me out...

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    You probably have bad valve seals.

    Do you feel any noticeable loss of power? What is the condition of plugs, fouled, white residue or normal rusty? Have you done a compression test?

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    seems like some seals are leak and the white smoke could most probably be coolant that is being burnt! check the cars coolant level!
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    Quote Originally Posted by uiv View Post
    You probably have bad valve seals.

    Do you feel any noticeable loss of power? What is the condition of plugs, fouled, white residue or normal rusty? Have you done a compression test?
    I haven't seen checked plugs. Compression test is also not done. Can u suggest me some good mechanic of honda city in karachi if you are resident of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aamirq View Post
    seems like some seals are leak and the white smoke could most probably be coolant that is being burnt! check the cars coolant level!
    Sir there is some oil leakage from head packing as well.

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