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Old 04-07-2014, 12:58 AM   #1
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Unhappy mustang is smoking !!!

OK so on my lunch break tonight I noticed some white/blue smoke... I was sitting at idle with the car in gear. I haven't really noticed it before but I have only driven the car 6 or 7 times since I got it out of the garage where It sat all winter and was not started. I am hoping it is just valve seals.... but knowing my luck It will need a set of rings.
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Ok so I started it up after sitting for about 2 hrs and no smoke until it warms up a bit. It does puff a little bit if you rev it to about 3500rpm and let off. It doesn't smoke while the rpms are raising just on decel of the motor. Any suggestions?
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Old 04-07-2014, 10:36 AM   #3
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It may clear up with regular driving now that winter has come to an end.

Probly just from sitting all winter some of the valve seals leaking a bit .

Drive it and put some miles on it the see if it still does it after a few tanks of gas.
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Yea that is a possibility... I didnt think about that. Thanks Dawson
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