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Old 13 Feb 2004, 05:56 pm
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Default Suspect an Oil Burner on Integra LS

If the exhaust pipe outlet is black and oily is this an indication of
valve seals or some oil getting into the engine ? What could it be ?
My car has 75K miles on it but that exhuast tip is driving me nuts.
What symptoms or signs would my Acura Integra eb showing to reflect
this at all. Thanks for any insight anyone maybe able to provide on
this.
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Old 13 Feb 2004, 07:16 pm
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Default Re: Suspect an Oil Burner on Integra LS

Check PCV valve
"Integra LS" <ramzi_tamimi@yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> If the exhaust pipe outlet is black and oily is this an indication of
> valve seals or some oil getting into the engine ? What could it be ?
> My car has 75K miles on it but that exhuast tip is driving me nuts.
> What symptoms or signs would my Acura Integra eb showing to reflect
> this at all. Thanks for any insight anyone maybe able to provide on
> this.



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Old 14 Feb 2004, 10:25 pm
Gordon McGrew
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Default Re: Suspect an Oil Burner on Integra LS

On 13 Feb 2004 15:56:53 -0800, ramzi_tamimi@yahoo.com (Integra LS)
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>If the exhaust pipe outlet is black and oily is this an indication of
>valve seals or some oil getting into the engine ? What could it be ?
>My car has 75K miles on it but that exhuast tip is driving me nuts.
>What symptoms or signs would my Acura Integra eb showing to reflect
>this at all. Thanks for any insight anyone maybe able to provide on
>this.


Does the oil level ever drop?

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Old 15 Feb 2004, 05:20 am
George Macdonald
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On 13 Feb 2004 15:56:53 -0800, ramzi_tamimi@yahoo.com (Integra LS) wrote:

>If the exhaust pipe outlet is black and oily is this an indication of
>valve seals or some oil getting into the engine ? What could it be ?
>My car has 75K miles on it but that exhuast tip is driving me nuts.
>What symptoms or signs would my Acura Integra eb showing to reflect
>this at all. Thanks for any insight anyone maybe able to provide on
>this.


Compare with other cars. All the cars with modern emission controls have a
sooty tailpipe - if your last trip was short, it'll also be wet. The old
mechanics' quick diagnostic tricks, like reading spark plugs just don't
apply any more.

Rgds, George Macdonald

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