You probably are loosing coolant also. You have a blown head gasket. Have the head checked for cracks when you have it off.AnswerCheck compression in all cylinders. If the head gasket is blown, there may be 2 adjacent cylinders with lower compression than the others (20% difference is ok). It's possible the compression is within the limits on all cylinders. If this is the case, remove all spark plugs and rotate the motor by hand (place a socket on the crankshaft dampner bolt and turn the dampner clockwise; look for coolant spilling out of any spark plug hole). If coolant comes out of spark plug hole, suspect head gasket failure. Is the temperature gauge reading high? Or is the temperature gauge rising and falling? If so, definitely suspect head gasket failure. Get a Haynes Manual and do the job your self; big money saver!!! AnswerBlown head gasket. You'll know which cylinder(s) have coolant leaking into them by the color of the spark plugs - they'll be white/chalky if they've been subjected to coolant in the cylinder.
Most importantly, do not drive that car until you get it fixed! The coolant is washing all the oil off the cylinder walls and you'll destroy the rings in that cylinder, not to mention the damage to the cylinder wall. That gets real expensive, fast.
Head gasket could be a problem, have it checked by a shop its a cheap test all they do is place a tester with blue liquid in the radiator. If it turns green it is detecting gases in the coolant system from a blown head gasket. It could also need a valve job usually you can smell the difference between coolant or oil. which fluids are you losing coolant or oil or both? Oil can pass through worn valve seals and burn out the exhaust valve causing white smoke. Head gaskets are expensive to repair unless you perform the task yourself. You have to enough tools to repair and a machine shop will have to smooth sealing surface and any other worn parts need to be replaced.
Could be a diesel? If not then replace your oxygen sensor on your exhaust. A bad oxygen sensor causes the exhaust smoke to be dark in color.
White smoke is water vapor (or coolant) in the exhaust, the black smoke is the (normal) over-rich condition at WOT (full acceleration) White smoke can also be unburned fuel, generally seen on earlier, non-electronic engines that are mistimed.
if it is white smoke engine need to rebuilt.
White smoke means head gasket, cracked head or equivelant.
coolant entering the combustion chambers, possibly thru head gasket, intake manifold, etc. What vehicle? 2005ford power stroke deisel
Piston rings or Rich oil .
In most cases white smoke means you are burning gasoline inefficiently, black and gray are usually oil, however, that's the extent of my knowledge.
Because my turbo is probably worn out and oil is leaking in to the exhaust.
It can be a number of things, but the most common problem is worn valve guides.
Black smoke means you're burning fuel, blue smoke, you're burning oil, white smoke, you're burning coolant.
If your engine is blowing blue smoke your engine is burning oil.If the smoke is present on acceleration, the piston rings are bad.If smoke is present on deceleration, then the valve guide seals are bad.
what is the worst for your health breathing in tobacco smoke or exhaust fumes
It is possible there is a baad oil leak on the exhaust. Have it checked out. Good luckJoe
grey exhaust smoke is caused by your engine burning oil during the combustion process. this could be caused by a piston ring that doesnt properly seal, or another leak in your engine.
bad head gaskets, or a crack in the block or head.
If you mean the smoke it's usually related to the quality of petrol
not the perfect air fuel mixture. normal under load and acceleration.
emissions and exhaust
Black smoke coming out of the exhaust of a car is usually due to oil being burned in the engine's cylinders. This can be caused by a worn piston ring or rings.
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.
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
Water vapour due to condensation in the exhaust pipe.
the smoke that comes out of a exhaust pipe is supposed to be white