it would cause overheating but the smoke is probally coming from some sort of water or antifreeze in combustion chamber
In the exhaust manifolds & in the exhaust itself
it is in the exhaust manifold,or exhaust pipe...
The oxygen sensor on a 2004 Honda Accord is found on the exhaust system. They are placed close to the catalytic converter so the sensors can properly read the exhaust flow.
The oxygen sensor on a 1988 Honda Prelude fuel injected engine is on the exhaust manifold. It screws directly onto the front of the exhaust manifold.
Screwed into the exhaust pipe.
in the catalyc converter... exhaust manifold
Screwed into the exhaust system. Follow the exhaust system from the engine rearward and you will find the oxygen sensor or sensors if it if it has more than one.
It is a sensor that screws into the exhaust pipe or manifold that senses the amountof oxygen that is in the exhaust and controlls the amount of fuel it feeds the engine.
After the exhaust manifold but before the catalytic converter on the exhaust tube.
Honda oxygen sensor is usually positioned in the exhaust manifold downpipe before the catalytic converter of your Honda vehicle or in the middle of the two mentioned components. For more details: http://sites.google.com/site/hondarepairsite/home/2004-honda-oxygen-sensor
If you open the hood of your Honda Civic, most likely you will locate the oxygen sensor (O2) mounted in the exhaust manifold, above the exhaust pipe flange. On some models the exact location might vary, but you can always find the sensor by following the exhaust manifold and pipe. Depending on the year model of your Honda Civic, you may find a Primary Oxygen Sensor (PHO2) right before the catalytic converter and a Secondary Oxygen Sensor (SHO2) right after the catalytic.
Oxygen sensor or lambda sensor is situated in the exhaust pipe in front of the catalyst. Disconnect from loom and unscrew with large spanner.