How to Troubleshoot a Lexus GS300.?

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1. Look for any kind of colored smoke coming out of the GS300's tailpipe while the engine is running. Blue smoke indicates that you are burning oil. This means that oil is blowing by the piston rings of the piston and burning in the combustion
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1. Look for any kind of colored smoke coming out of the GS300's tailpipe while the engine is running. Blue smoke indicates that you are burning oil. This means ...
1. Look for any kind of colored smoke coming out of the GS300's tailpipe while the engine is running. Blue smoke indicates that you are burning oil. This means ...
1. Look for any kind of colored smoke coming out of the GS300's tailpipe while the engine is running. Blue smoke indicates that you are burning oil. This means ...
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