the engine is burning oil. blue smoke oil white smoke antifreeze black smoke excess fuel
Need to know why this is necessary.
black is excess fuel
No, the engine exhaust is what comes out of the tailpipe.
Headgaskets or Stripped Head Bolts
If it is really smoke, then it is almost always caused by burning of oil that enters the engine due to bad seals and rings.
Black smoke usually indicates an overly rich fuel/air mixture. In other words the engine is getting too much fuel or it is not being burned properly. Blue smoke is oil burning. White smoke is coolant in the combustion chamber.
Black smoke usually means the engine is running too rich. The fuel/air mixture is incorrect. Blue smoke is oil burning.
No. A bad head gasket would cause water to come out the tailpipe. You will see white smoke. Leaky rings would cause oil to come out the tailpipe. You will see blue smoke.
blue smoke is oil. white smoke is water. black smoke is unburnt fuel
no. when a head gasket is bad coolant goes to the exhaust pipe and causes the car to smoke alot all white smoke.
You have worn valve seals and posibly bad valve guides.
You have a blown head gasket.
Head gasket or cracked head
White smoke is a symptom of a blown head gasket.
Catalytic converters clog due to the carbon that the car produces. Usually, when the carbon has built up inside the cat., black smoke will come out of the tailpipe when you rev the engine. In extreme cases, black soot is visible on the ground next to the vehicle's tailpipe. Crystal Woll
Blue smoke is burning oil.Blue smoke is burning oil.
Blown head gasket, cracked head, or both. STOP driving this car or you will destroy the engine. Have this repaired ASAP.
blown head gasket,it causes the coolant and gas get mixed in cylinder,that cause the white smokeyou also loose compression which in return you loose power
It could, depending on the cause of the misfire.
For diesels, black smoke is normal. For gasoline engines, black smoke indicates that the engine is getting too much fuel. Check air filter, oxygen sensor, possibility of a stuck injector, throttle position sensor. A lot of that stuff can be checked by reading the computer codes.
Blown head gasket. Or a missfire cause by a bag ignition coil, fouled plugs, too little fuel pressure, timing is off ect.
2 reasons: because it's cold outside, or you need an oil change
There could be many problems related to smelling gas and seeing white smoke from your tailpipe. Some suggestions would be the head gasket. If the smoke has a blue tint to it, it may be oil related. If your car has a turbo, it may be the turbo needing to be replaced. To be sure, you can have a mechanic do a diagnostic on it.
White smoke is steam. A little is normal on all engines. If there is a lot it could be an indication of coolant getting into the exhaust, possibly from a failed headgasket.