I believe if you see white smoke when you start your car or if there is a lot of white smoke coming from the exhaust, this means you have water in the oil. Check the oil and if it appears watery then you have a blown head gasket.
THAT IS TRUE, BUT NOT ALWAYS THE GIVEAWAY, COULD BE BLOWN BETWEEN TWO CYLINDERS WHICH WOULD CAUSE NO SMOKE BUT LOSS OF COMPRESSION. YOU COULD CHECK THAT WITH A CYLINDER LEAK TEST OR MAYBE A COMPRESION TEST
Everything! Its a honda, Get a ford!
A complete air conditioning system install on a 1988 Honda CRX has the potential to costs thousands. Everything would have to be safely installed and checked to make sure it is street legal. A bad install can lead to poisoning the community.
Low coolant, bad thermostat, clogged radiator, bad waterpump, bad headgasket, etc
air leak in the throttle or intake manifold gaskets or bad TPS sensor, disconnect TPS as a temporary fix
pull the gas tank
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
Chances are your main relay switch is bad. It is located on the driver side kick panel. I had same problem and changed mine and have not had the problem since.
the reason it may happen its because either one your fuel pump is going bad cuz my crx was doing the samething so i took out the fuel pump and tested it and it was showing that it was going bad so i replaced it and now it turns on right away no problem also change the filter why you at
No way! Honda engines can last up to 300,000 miles - engine and transmission. Unless the engine check light is on or if it's running badly, there's no problem.
if water is in oil,could be a bad headgasket!have it checked out!or a bad intake gasket.
Possible head/headgasket failure.
it would me you have a bad headgasket. a cracked head, or a bad intake gasket. have a good day!!