My 2008Hyundai accent wagon burn 2 quarts of oil weekly

Asked by Apr 01, 2016 at 06:51 PM about the 2008 Hyundai Accent L Hatchback

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69,815

Sounds like a motor replacement or rebuild coming up.

93,095

So if you making less than 1200 miles a week you have reached rebuild time. The limit on oil consumption is 600 miles per quart. If a new engine or a reman is out of the budget, then you could try finding a goos used engine. Some even have a warranty.

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