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Old 12-28-2004, 08:16 PM
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Are you sure it isn't tranny fluid instead of engine oil? I'm not sure what Ford Trannys were doing in '94 but if they have a vacuum modulator, it is common for those to lose a rubber diaphragm and engine vacuum to suck the fluid out of the tranny. TF doesn't combust very well so it goes right through the engine, thus the blue smoke. It will eventually get so bad that liquid TF will be blowing out the tail pipe. If that isn't it, trace the hoses back to their origination and see which one is gooey.
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