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    #11
    Originally posted by vinj
    Is your engine eating up oil? Is there white smoke coming out from the rear?

    The best way to check if you're already blowby is to have the car compression tested.

    One week na wala pang nabawasan sa langis bagong change oil siya... pina check ko kanina me problem daw cylinder gasket... pwedi bang mag labas ng white smoke sa dipstick yun? only problem ngayon nawawalang ng tubig kasi nilalabas ng radiator and sana nga cylinder gasket nalang

    Maraming salamat po sa mga reply

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    #13
    Thank you very much, Jim!

    Mismo!


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    #14
    Dios ti agngina sir pprado!!! :-)

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    #15
    Additional info. Oftentimes blowby is caused by defective PCV (Positive Crankcase Ventilation) valve. Check the valve first before you decide to overhaul your engine. THis is the usual cause of blowby wherein blowby gases tend to find other outlets to escape the engine. For additional info on PCV visit this url:

    http://www.autotune.com/cprotest/cpc8c.html

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    #16
    Jim,

    Apa unay metten! Nakalalaing kayo! Naimbag man ta adda itti kastoy nga forum!

    Nagadon ti naadal ko!

    Translation: This website is COOL!

    Ciao!

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    #17
    hahahahahaha ok ah! nalalaing amin ti addattoy!!! naimbag nga aldaw mo :-)

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Blowby engine