burning oil 1500 - no smoke or leaks

Asked by Sep 09, 2013 at 05:12 PM about the Dodge Ram 1500

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Some oil burning is normal, how much do you burn in 1500 miles?

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What year model? My 2007 5.7 hemi looses over a quart between oil changes. and sometimes more if i doing some hard/heavy driving/pulling. no leaks or smoke either. 155000 miles. Bothered me at first but now I just keep a check on it. All new plugs, egr valve and air filter. Have not lost any of the performance. Not sure where its going but it really has no where to go but out the exhaust.

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Every 250 miles one quart

There is a 1999 Dodge Ram 1500 the mileage 154591 and a drive 250 miles on a weekend when I get to my destination check the oil I have to add one quart of oil no smoke turn it up air filter PCV valve I don't know I think the motor is bad

It burns about half of a quarter oil

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