What Causes Excessive Oil Consumption?

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There are several elements that cause excessive oil consumption. Some of this causes include, bad valve seals, worn out valve guides and worn out piston rings. A bad valve seal is the worst because it doesn't control the flow of oil which in turn flows down and burns.
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For a while Ford had a problem with engines using too much oil. I do not know why, but the rings weren't sealing in the cylinder bores like they should. My uncle, and others I know
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1. A good place to start is to check for a loose oil drain plug, sometimes whomever changed the oil last could have become distracted for whatever reason and may not have tightened
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Piston rings sticking in the piston ring grooves do to carbon and or sludge. Blocked oil return holes behind the oil rings do to carbon and or sludge. Blocked oil rings do to carbon
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Two reasons: Energy consumption is related to economy and activity (energy to produce a unit of ecomonic activity). If GDP stalls then consumption of oil will stall too Efficiency
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