Mazda Millenia Problems

Excessive Oil Consumption Due to Supercharger Oil Seal Leak on Mazda Millenia

Problem Description and Possible Solution

The oil seals on the supercharger can fail and cause excessive oil consumption and bluish gray smoke from the tail pipe. Supercharger replacement is commonly required to correct this concern, this can also be an expensive repair.

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Mazda Millenia Vehicles With This Problem

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Average mileage: 141,000 (72,000–175,000)
Engine affected: 2.3L V6 Supercharged
8 model years affected: 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, more1999, 2000, 2001, 2002
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Gray smoke coming out of exhaust pipe after the car has sat for more than an hour due to an oil leak inside supercharger.
A cloud of bluish grayish smoke comes out of muffler the first time I start car everyday. To start the car have to hold key in start position for a little longer than any other vehicle.
well I bought this car for $330 and knew it was going to be in bad shape so far
supercharger is pushing oil (poured oil out of the intercooler) the motor shakes like mad and has absolutely no power not to mention there is a lot of oil coming out of the exhaust I also noticed oil in the spark plug chamber on a couple cylinder's where should I start
P0300 code after changing plugs, coils, timing belt has 1,500 miles on it.
The seal of the supercharged was broken an the smoke go out to my tailpipe just when i started it ! the smoke during aproximatly one minute !