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Good day,

I have checked for other threads but none seem to cover this.

We have blue smoke coming out of the exhaust, we have had the following done by a Hyundai Qualified Mech:

1. Replacement of Valve Stem Seals
2. Skimming of the Cylinder Head
3. Piston Ring Replacement
4. Checking PCV valve
5. Head Gasket Replacement

Still when there is acceleration, the car give BLUE smoke.

Any suggestions? We are honestly losing hope.
 

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I had a blue smoker once. It used a quart every 1000 miles. I used some Auto-RX over a 10k mile interval, four filters and three oil changes. But this completely stopped the oil burning.

It seems the problem is carbon packed around the piston rings. Auto-RX safely dissolves it and the extra filter (at 1500 miles, then 3k miles per filter) and use of non synthetic oil for the 10k miles (3 oil changes, two bottles of Auto-RX) are all that was needed. Last oil change with non synthetic was without the Auto-RX. Then I switched back to a synthetic oil and the oil use was less than a quart over 5k miles. Gas mileage and power both improved.

 
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