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    Default bang bang vitz 05 burning rubber.oops burning oil

    so my car is burning oil, in N or P when I rev I can see smoke coming out of the car.. it burns a very little amount yet, but likes to smoke everytime I rev it in N or P. Cannot see any smoke when being driven

    anyways,
    how to check what the problem is? on what should i keep a close eye on when rebuilding the engine?
    engine has run about 100K kilometers. I know it is very low milage for this engine to go, but all the credit goes to the **** quality oils we might have been using unnoticed.
    need help.


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    you're probably right but I don't want to mess up it anymore, the damage isn't much and can be rebuilt perfectly. I have a good mechanic but need information on tappet/valve clearances, as to what the mechanics do to these and what should be done?

    And I have never got rebuilt a new toyota engine before, so have no idea.
    Only a Cherokee's but it is relatively a very simple engine, to me at least. and there is a difference of a few nights and days between the cherokee's engine and this little diddler.


    Waiting for the experts to comment, I need help here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by syncview View Post
    that is what I wanted to ask, how can I point out?
    take it to toyota for a review n consult some other good local mechanics,dont rely on one openion,if u need an engine re-built,exercise extreme caution,else in the end ul end up with many other problems of if your in favour of a swap,get a smiliar engine n swap it
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    Toyota people aren't exactly good at rebuilding engines :p have had a bad experience with a 1.6 corolla.

    I'm looking into the rebuild costs as of yet, will look in to the idea of swapping as well.

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    @syncview where are u located? rebuilding wont cost u very much and swap is always the best thing but if u wana save money then rebuilding with the rings probably valve seats and springs etc is a better idea.and leme knw if u need i can refer u to my czn's garage,

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloud100 View Post
    @syncview where are u located? rebuilding wont cost u very much and swap is always the best thing but if u wana save money then rebuilding with the rings probably valve seats and springs etc is a better idea.and leme knw if u need i can refer u to my czn's garage,
    haha dont know in whicxh world u live .If it has been total swap like another type of engine then it cost more otherise if 1 want to
    stick with same generation of engine only to swap the assembly Thts it
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    No 1 can judge the original damage before opening the head so better madeup ur mind for worst.Usualy in this model the valave clearance needs to be monitored after like every 15 to 20k kms as the get harder.Th gaps start decreasing because of which engines brokedown if not taken car in time.
    I would suggest u to swap entire assembly as Local rebuilders dont have proper tools to torque the nut bolts properly.2ndly rest conmsidering mileage the mechanic will for sure ask u for bi bore which is the biggest path to distruction of both money n engine as Cam,Cranks are profilled on lathe machines not CAM profilers so who knows wht calculation to follow as per the new pistons going in.

    Only swap the assembly on genuine wiring n trans etc.
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    hahahaha molana sb different type of engine swap ki to baat he ne hori , same engine swap or rebuild ki baat hori hai,lol kha lagayay hain app ?

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    Hi,
    you can check the compression of your engine first. If its on the low side, you can insert some engin oil through the hole and check compression again. If it rises than the extra oil is sealing the rings, therefore you have worn rings, if not much change then you have valve spec issues. Check them.
    Do that first before deciding on the next step. Also, using a thicker oil can also minimize oil consumption.
    As this issues has just started a few thousand kms ago, i would suggest to go with a good quality thicker oil and check in a few thousand kms again.
    Opening an engine is a risky business, as i have personally done a cylinder head swap on my diesel and had to fix quite a few more things.
    I have an old Prado that i work on myself, it has a really sooty exhaust, but i know that a good engine oil and filter is still cheaper than an engine/turbo rebuild.
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    these days i ve been in search of vitz 1000 cc and found that model 2005-08 with very good body conditions burn oil , i think these 660-1000 cc cars have large body with small engine and therefore engines have short lives , every of these vitz with 100000 km only burning oil. so i declare them as DISPOSABLE CARS.

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    go for new engine @ just 20000-25000, cost of rebuild is much high

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