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WD smokes and spits oil

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Bob Armstrong

11-15-2002 05:08:26




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I have a WD that was running fine. Two days ago I worked it hard and it did a good job. Yesterday I started it up and after letting it warm up it really started to smoke and was spitting drops of oil out the exhaust. It seems to run o.k. but had higher than normal oil pressure. I'm not the best best mechanic, but want to try to fix it myself. I think the the oil is getting into the exhast port from a valve, but not sure. Any suggestions or has anyone experienced this before?

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Bill

11-21-2002 09:55:30




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 Re: WD smokes and spits oil in reply to Bob Armstrong, 11-15-2002 05:08:26  
check your oil level, it may have a problem



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justin NY

11-16-2002 19:46:27




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 Re: WD smokes and spits oil in reply to Bob Armstrong, 11-15-2002 05:08:26  
Bob, Soulds to me like1) stuck ring or 2)broken ring,Do a compression test and see what ya get. My $.02 worth Justin NY



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Dave C

11-16-2002 05:04:14




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 Re: WD smokes and spits oil in reply to Bob Armstrong, 11-15-2002 05:08:26  
I have a MH Pony that does the same exact thing.My problem is stuck rings,because it sat for two years.I comp.tested it and have two low cylinders.It still starts and runs great but I get spattered with oil when I drive it,and it smokes so bad it gags me.I have not checked my valves yet.
Maybe something happened to your rings(hope not).Check for fuel in your oil also,as I get it in mine.Good Luck

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