All cars blow white smoke when they are cold especially on a cold morning .Worst case scenario if it blows excessive white smoke all the time is a blown head gasket
the smoke that comes out of a exhaust pipe is supposed to be white
You may have oil on the exhaust, once this has burnt off the smoke should stop.
I feel these are unrelated but you can investigate a leak in the hoses leading to the heater core as they maybe leaking onto the exhaust pipe, that would produce white smoke, but not from within the tailpipe exhaust. Water and oil leaks will produce white smoke the smell will help you determine which it is.
i have 05 e55amg and just notice white smoke from the exhaust when i start the car and i will drop it off to the dealer to check what the hell is wrong and i will update as soon as i find out.
White smoke from the exhaust pipe is a sign of coolant entering the combustion chamber. Commonly caused by a blown head gasket. STOP driving this vehicle until you have this repaired or you will destroy this engine.
Water vapour due to condensation in the exhaust pipe.
You should stop immediately.
No, it will not cause smoke from the exhaust pipe. However the leaking oil can drip on the exhaust manifold where it will be burnt and smoke.
Maybe a blown head gasket
the "smoke" is always there when you breathe in the morning, when its cold, you see like a mist, that what that is, its just you usually cant see it
A puff of smoke that's in a shape of the exhaust pipe A gasket/seal that is shaped like a donut. They are used between the manifold and the exhaust pipe.
thick white smoke generally indicates coolant leaking into combustion chamber . check for faulty head gasket od cracked head
When an exhaust pipe is cool, the exhaust will start to allow water vapor to condense. If the exhaust is white you're seeing a vapor cloud; it's normal and unavoidable. Once the engine and exhaust are warm, the vapor cloud should stop.
Yes, this is simply showing your car is working, however, what SHOULD'NT come out of your exhaust pipe is red flames. If that is what's coming out, I'd check with mechanic. In general, Blue smoke, engine oil. Black smoke, excess fuel. White smoke, engine coolant.
no. when a head gasket is bad coolant goes to the exhaust pipe and causes the car to smoke alot all white smoke.
White smoke in the exhaust is water leaking into a piston and turning into steam. You have a leak somewhere in your engine. Your engine may overheat because you are low on coolant. You have run it out through your exhaust pipe. Soon your engine will catch fire and burn up, but you will have saved money by not getting it fixed.
well white smoke is water or coolant being burned
It depends on what color the smoke is. If it is white smoke that usually mean coolant is in the oil and that can be a result of a blown head gasket. If it is a greyish bluish color then it is oil burning. if it is black then you are burning gas.
what kind of gasoline are you running? and what color is the smoke?
Probably a blown head gasket, or a craked head. White smoke is the outcome of antifreeze getting into the combustion chamber via head gasket or a crack in the cylinder head.
Black smoke is caused by excessive fuel in the engine
usually if there is white smoke coming out of anywhere in your exhaust that's an indication that your engine is burning oil, most likely caused by a leaking or blown head gasket, but could be caused by oil leaking down the pipe from your other leaks and burning off. Oil smoke is NOT WHITE... If you have white smoke/steam coming from the exhaust then that will be engine coolant leaking into the combustion chamber. Nother words you have a BAD head gasket or a cracked head. Blue smoke is oil.
check your oil. if you have to put oil in it allot its your piston rings or valve seals
blue smoke comes out the tail pipe when your engine is burning oil caused by a worn engine.
running rich (too much fuel)