2009 Nissan Titan
My Titan last year started blowing
white smoke on start up large plumes
and then would go away. It would
also burn oil. Now I had the engine
overhauled replace heads, head
gasket etc. was in the shop for 2
weeks. Got it out it still smokes and
burns oil like 1 quart per 6 weeks.
Only smokes on start up. I have read
it can be much simpler things like
emissions but there are no codes.
I think the shop did a bad job. Did they resurface the heads? I hope they stand behind their work!!! Don't let them blame emissions because that is BS.
What exactly did they do to your engine?
Did they also replace the piston rings ? that is the reason why it is still smoking if they did not replace.
And if they did replace the piston rings they did a bad job.
They did resurface the heads. Also they did not come up with the emissions answer that was me. I read in another feed where a couple of guys had the Nissan truck same engine doing the same thing and it was emissions on theirs.
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