Originally posted by TURBODAGAIN
Blueish Smoke means your burning oil.,Could be A number of things, Piston rings worn out, valve seals wornout, Turbo seals wornout.
I would do a Compression test, if the result are good then, I would look into the valve seals, or turbo .
So is this the general consensus for him (and me)? If the compression test comes up good and there is the blue smoke then that basically leaves the valve stem seals, right?
Also 4rceFedGsT as I was researching this very same thing I noticed that the VFAQ has a very good procedure for a compression test, it even has all the acceptable numbers for the various engines.
Damn that VFAQ is good....