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Old 03 Jul 2008, 11:36 am
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Default 1994 honda burning oil

I have a '94 honda accord lx that is burning oil. It has no visible leaks anywhere. The car has 140,000 miles and runs strong. I get a little whitish blue smoke on cold start-up, but very minimal and infrequent. I took it in and had the oil changed about 7 weeks ago and have added a full quart since that time. Any suggestions? there is one spark plug casing that has a small ammount of oil on it others are clean and clear. Dailey driver and starts perfect every time. Should I take it in or let it be?
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