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Smoking Boxster S

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I have posted prior about this issue and have corrected oil over fill issue and replaced A.O.S. When I turn left slightly uphill under high rpm leaving a light the car emits a large cloud of smoke, I do not burn oil otherwise. I can only assume due to the forces of cornering and exceleration the oil in the sump is forced into the A.O.S pickup. Is there a cure for this,ie:windage tray or better A.O.S, or is there a more serious problem i should be looking into?

2000 Boxster s

110,000 miles

Your advice is apreciated

Edited by frankahola08

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It could be that old oil is just trapped in the intake manifold runners, it should cure itself with use. A small amount of oil can cause massive amounts of smoke so it might take awhile to burn away all the residue.

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Double check TB you may still have oil residue there. I use wet/dry vacuum to suck and clean my TB tube. Wvicary is right it takes a long time to burn off oil out of the exhaust. Its embarrasing for sure to see boxster smoking:(

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