Why my Mazda was smoking and now wont start

Asked by Oct 26, 2016 at 09:16 AM about the 2007 Mazda MAZDA6 i Sport - Grand Touring

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Oil all leaked out over a matter of 5 minutes no
coolant fluid or oil left  was running fine until
yesterday just great! Wont start and i chrged battery
what could it be??

5 Answers

261,815

Don't try to start it without oil. Did you refill with oil and now it won't start? Engine damage might have occurred if you drove it without oil till it shut off on it's own. have your mechanic diagnose your issue. Coolant leaked out too? did you find out from where?

83,105

If you lost all the coolant and oil then your engine probably has a big hole in the side from a thrown rod. Was there a big bang just before losing all the oil?

83,105

It is also possible that you have a hole in a piston.

No i didnt find out where the oil or coolant are leaking from And thank you for all your input everyone!

And i put 2 qs oil in and coolant looked like the oil just ran straight bone dry almost

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