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2005 Nissan Titan

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I have checked and done everything to this truck and it is still smoking coming through the tail pipe and it's a grayish/blue color and smells like oil. I have changed valve covers and gasket and pcv valves. Comppression test was perfect at 185 on all cylinders. There's oil showing up in the galley of the throttle body. I installed an oil catch can and it's been on for a little over 3 weeks and it is bone dry. I have also had a leak down test done and it is good also. It didn't start smoking until 2 weeks after I switched to full synthetic mobil 1 and a mobil 1 oil filter. Any help would be gladly appreciated. The truck runs great except for the dang smoke .
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Have you checked the PCV valve? Shot in the dark, but worth a look.
Switch it back.
I never got a chance to have a look at the all new Nissan Titan but from my research online I can say that it is the newest pickup truck on the block. It attempts to draw attention back to its own half-ton pickup by packing the 2020 Titan with fresh styling, a revised power train, and cutting-edge features. The company says there are three new grille designs, which are even bolder than before, along with snazzier headlights that have hints of the Nissan Titan Warrior concept from three years back. However, the striking lamps are reserved for the top three trim levels. Out back, there are new LED lights in the cargo bed, updated LED taillights, and unique tailgate plaques.

It is the perhaps the most constantly evolving content on new cars regards driver-assistance technology, and the 2020 Titan has more standard tech than ever. According to me every model of Nissan's includes automated emergency braking with pedestrian detection, automatic high-beam headlights, blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, lane-departure warning, and rear automated emergency braking.

According to me by going to the online buzz it appears to be a nice pickup truck, But one needs a hands on to make a final verdict.
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