thick white smoke generally indicates coolant leaking into combustion chamber . check for faulty head gasket od cracked head
Thick white smoke is caused when coolant gets into a cylinder and from there into the exhaust. It is a sign that if it is not fixed real soon, you will blow or burn up your engine.
Could be that the lawn was wet and that the white smoke was actually steam.
No, a thick haze of smoke and chemicals is smog.
You should stop immediately.
Typically, white smoke after sitting over night is just steam from condensation or moisture in the air. However, thick white smoke while at operating temp is an indication that you are burning anti-freeze. You may have a blown head gasket if this is the case. Over filling oil can cause a white/blue smoke as well.
Your headgasket is bad, coolant is getting into the combustion chamber, hence the thick white smoke and fluid. had that happen to my dads thunderbird a few years ago
Get a oil change You may have a bad head gasket, or a cracked head, or both.
very thick smoke
Thick white smoke from the exhaust is a pretty good sign
No car engine should smoke from the hood on startup. The color of the smoke will indicate the problem. White thick smoke indicates burning oil, while grey smoke indicates an exhaust issue.?æ
The head gasket on your vehicle is blown, please see a mechanic as soon as possible. The smoke is quite polluting.
it is thick, that is why u cnt breath good while surronded by it
The name of a thick haze of smoke and chemicals is called Smog. It is thick in Southern California like Los Angeles, Mexico city, Houston and Knox-ville.
your runnning rich buddy Black smoke is a sign of an overly rich Air/Fuel mixture. Do not ignore this as it can cause engine damage. Blue smoke is oil burning, and white smoke is coolant in the combustion chamber.
white smoke is water, black smoke is oil. remember that!
white smoke is coming from my exhaust why?
Maybe a blown head gasket
Yes, because the smoke does not have the same reaction to a cigarrete or a blunt, so thick smoke travels up towards the top and gets thick.
white smoke is water. head gasket or ?
White smoke normally means you are burning oil.
check the head gaskets before you replace motor
White smoke indicates a blown head gasket, the smoke is coolant burning
you can, but you will choke at the thick smoke.
A smoke blanket provides a thick vertical barrier between enemy and friendly troops