Had oil changed on thursday and now notice a little blue smoke when accelerating, I really cant tell the oil level by the dipstick because It never seems to give accurate readings.SIM said:I have had the same problem with my 2004 MO brand new when they put Bardhal syntec because this was the brand that they were pushing at the dealer.
They quickly stopped using it as it was puffing blue out of every exhausts and too many clients were complaining. I know that I really disliked it when I started the MO in the garage.
Switching to Amsoil fixed the problem but I guess that any other oil would have done the trick as well. I don't know what is the problem with the Bardhal but Nissan products really can't live with it.
Try checking the oil after the car has been off for 30 minutes. How many miles on your MO?I-285MURANO said:
Had oil changed on thursday and now notice a little blue smoke when accelerating, I really cant tell the oil level by the dipstick because It never seems to give accurate readings.
I am also about to replace spark plugs because I notice a little spark knock and that is usually when I see the puff of blue smoke but it has been doing the spark knock for a while now, normally if I use cheap gas. Any suggestions?
I'm having the same problems I won't to know to I got it last year March of 2019 it is a 2006 do they have recall on theyHey everyone. I just bought a 2004 Murano SL. 34k miles. Love it. But, when the car has been sitting for a few hours, and i go an start it, the engine gives a pretty good size of oil burning smoke for 10 seconds. Then it goes away. My neighbor has the exact same Murano and his sometimes does this. Help? I have an appointment at the Nissan Dealer tomorrow to have it checked out.
Anyone have any thoughts about what this could be? Thanks so much!!!