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Hi guys. I own a 05 Sequoia limited with 370,000 miles. When outside temp is below 55 it smokes like a steam locomotive and the exhaust smells like burning oil. If temp is above 55 it doesn’t smoke at all and the exhaust has no burning oil smell. Has anyone had the same issue or might be able to tell me what it could be. Thanks for any response.
 

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Maybe its always smoking, you just dont see it as easily when its warm.

How's your brake fluid, losing any lately?


 

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Kinda sounds like moisture is being pulled in?? I would narrow down the following:
1. All the time or just when the engine is cold?
2. Loss of any oil or any water in your system?
3. PCV valve is working properly?
4. Noticeable loss of power at any point?
There are a lot of things that might cause this, but I would look for the obvious and work from there.
 

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Kinda sounds like moisture is being pulled in?? I would narrow down the following:
1. All the time or just when the engine is cold?
2. Loss of any oil or any water in your system?
3. PCV valve is working properly?
4. Noticeable loss of power at any point?
There are a lot of things that might cause this, but I would look for the obvious and work from there.
Just when it’s cold outside I’ve let the engine warm up but doesn’t stop it. No loss of water Or oil and no considerable loss of power.
 
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