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Engines smoking but running well

GAS engine, transmission and generator repair and maintenance discussion forum.
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sonnyb
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Re: Engines smoking but running well

Postby sonnyb » June 24th, 2013, 2:52 pm

if you said what type engines, i missed it. chevy,s are really bad to get oil drain holes plugged up. pull the valve cover and look at the back lower corner of the head. you,ll see a drain hole about 3/8 or so. run a screwdriver or something through it and clean it out. what happens is, when running, oil builds up in the valve covers and get pulled down through the valve guides. chevy,s have gotta drain !

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Re: Engines smoking but running well

Postby Seif911 » June 24th, 2013, 4:32 pm

They are Chevy's, OMC's, 350's. That'd be a nice and easy fix.
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Steve

22' Godfrey Hurricane Fun Deck, Fiberglass hull, 175 HP, Deck boat
24' Chrysler Cruiseliner III (Lonestar), 120 HP, Aluminum Hull, Cabin, 1968
33' Carver Mariner, fiberglass hull, 520 HP, Yacht, 1977

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