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Normally blue smoke coming from the exhaust when starting up a cold engine is indicative of either bad valve seals, or a sludge issue that causes excess oil from draining out of the top of the head after the motor is shut off. If you have a sludging issue I would recommend that you consider purchasing 3 bottles of Auto-Rx. The first two bottles would be used together in a fresh oil change and run for 2000 miles. Then you would run a rinse phase which is a 3000 mile oil change interval with no Auto-Rx added. The last bottle of Auto-Rx will be used in the maintenance dose mode for additional cleaning. You will add 1/4th contents of a bottle of Auto-Rx to each of the next 4 oil changes. If you are seeing white smoke on start ups this is usually just moisture in the exhaust system that steams off as the motor builds heat into the exhaust system. Black smoke would be indicative of unburned fuel during cold starts and might indicate its time for a tune up.



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