I have white smoke from exhaust in my 1998 Toyota Corolla?
White smoke from the exhaust indicates that your car is burning water in the combustion chamber. This is an indication of a bad head gasket.
I have just changed the piston rings for my Toyota corolla 1.6GL 1999 model but I am now experiencing white smoke from the exhaust What could be the problem now?
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.
White "smoke" in the exhaust usually means there is moisture in the exhaust stream. If the "smoke" appears while you're driving away shortly after the car is first started on a cold morning it is likely the condensation boiling off the inside of the exhaust pipes (steam). This is normal and goes away as the exhaust warms up. The condensation is also normal; it usually happens after the car is shut off on a cold…
What can cause white smoke from the exhaust only when car is hot you have taken the exhaust manifold and not smoke is coming from the engine this is a sr20det engine turbo coolant levels have not Chan?
Be sure that it's really white smoke. White smoke indicates coolant/water. Blue smoke is oil burning. Black is transmission or brake fluids. Next, is the smoke from the hood or the exhaust? If it's under the hood then maybe you spilled some oil on the engine during the refill. Out of the exhaust, hmmm........
My 99 Passat wagon starts and runs great with no smoke however after about 10 minutes of driving blue white smoke comes from the exhaust It drives great with no loss of power or overheating?
Why would white smoke suddenly pour out of exhaust in diesel engine after travelling for an hour accompanied by excessive revving of the engine?
Yesterday you just had your oil changed in your 2007 mustang GT This morning a puff of white smoke came out the exhaust as you started it No smoke afterwards Why did it do that?
White smoke in the exhaust means water is being burned in the engine. A small puff of white smoke the first time you start a car in the morning is normal. Water condenses in the intake, and engine and when you firsts start the engine it burns off producing a puff of white smoke. It is nothing to concern yourself with unless the car is constantly blowing white smoke.