Excessive Engine Oil Consumption on Dodge Ram 50

3.0L engines may develop an excessive oil consumption issue. Blue oil smoke may be noted from the exhaust during deceleration conditions (high engine vacuum). Our technicians tell us that this condition can be caused by valve guides dropping out of position. Updated valve guides with a revised snap ring grove are available to correct this issue.

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Engine affected: 3.0L V6
4 model years affected: 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993
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