1989 F250 351W Possiblevoil burning.


Asked by Sep 28, 2012 at 08:05 PM about the 1989 Ford F-250

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

1989 F250, with 351W, it has sat for about 2 weeks and today 1st time cranking it up, i noticed what i think was smoke coming
from tail pipe, i couldnt tell if it was white, blue or just condensation. would sitting that long cause blue or white smoke? i didnt
have it running long enough in day light to see if it stopped when block was warmed up.

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It might, sitting that long. As long a s it quits after driving a while, all is well. Look at it in daylight, it won't take lomg to tell I have a 1978 F-250 I bought new, and it has the 350Windsor and it will soke for about 5 mimutes after sitting, which is sometime as long as a month


I drove it yesterday and there was no smoke, so i reckon it just dont like sitting for 2 or so weeks.

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