Blue smoke means it is time to go back to bed. Blue smoke is usually a sign of problems down in the important parts of the engine block. We are talking cylinder, piston or valve problems. The blue smoke comes from the excessive burning of oil and generally is a bad sign. The problem is you usually have to rebuild the entire engine. If you just try to do a bit, the new parts may create a better seal. This will add pressure to the engine compartment and blow out other worn parts that were not replaced.

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Parts cleaner and WD40 are your friends. When you get into the engine, cleanliness is definitely next to godliness. Cylinder walls must be as close to spotless as you can manage, with any specs of dirt & grit removed. To make things seal you’re going to need clean surfaces, so parts/brake cleaner, some Scotchbrite and a wire brush are vital. If something’s dirty, clean it well. If it’s clean, give it another clean to make sure it’s spotless. Similarly, once you get the head off the block, the clean surfaces you’ve got might want to rust pretty quickly depending on the humidity (my block developed a thin layer of rust in hours). Coat everything in WD40 and put a towel over the block to keep moisture out as much as possible. It will keep things lubricated and keep the rust away.

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Another system that requires a little maintenance is the engine cooling system. It is important that we take the time to flush the coolant system it can save our vehicle a lot of headache in a literal sense. Using the wrong coolant or simply neglecting the system can cause the head gasket to fail. The proper coolant keeps the dissimilar metals in the cooling system from being eroded by electrolysis. Using the wrong coolant can cause the necessary pH balance to be off and bring about the failure of the head gasket. This simple flushing costs a little over $100 while the head gasket failure can cause a $1000.00 headache.

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If you notice spots appearing underneath your vehicle in the general area of your transmission, place a piece of white cardboard underneath to catch the drip. That will allow you to better identify the color. If the drip appears reddish, it is likely coming from your tranny or the steering column. Take your car to a mechanic and ask him to identify the source of the leak.