Answer White smoke is usually from burning coolant in the combustion chamber of a cylinder. I would suspect a cylinder head gasket failure. Usually also will have oil and coolant mixed in the oil pan and possibly the radiator.
Obviously there is no spark occurring. Without spark, the fuel will not ignite. This could be caused by too much fuel in the cylinder and not enough oxygen there for the combustion.
This is an educated quess, but I would think that gasoline got by the piston rings, and washed down the cylinder walls into the oil pan. a cause that comes to mind, would be that at some time the engine got flooded, maybe it was hard starting, and it flooded at some time. anyway the only way from the combustion chamber to the oil pan is to get by the piston rings.
Removing the spark plugs and finding the spark plugs soaked with gasoline. Also the engine oil may have a strong odor of gasoline.
too much fuel is being pushed into the cylinder from the carb
There are several things that can cause this in your 1988 Jeep. The most common cause is a malfunctioning fuel pressure regulator.
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Maybe the engine got flooded with gasoline in the process and fouled the spark plugs.
It depends on how badly the engine is flooded. If you've solved the original problem you can always pull the plugs, purchase an air gun with a long extension tube, connect it to a compressor and blow each cylinder completely dry. Make sure you mark the sparkplug wires first, so you'll be able to get them back where they were. Or... if it's just moderately flooded you can use some starting fluid to force the engine to start. Ether in the starting fluid is a lot more volatile and will burn when gasoline won't. If it were me, I'd try the starting fluid first and if that doesn't work THEN I'd escalate to compressed air in the cylinders.
It flooded everywhere
I don't think it has ever flooded.
Morpeth Flooded last year. =)
Cockermouth and the surrounding west Cumbia was badly flooded in November 2009 by the river derwent, it was also flooded in 2005 but not a bad
Flooded is the past tense and past participle of the verb flood. The past participle can be used as an adjective.Examples:Verb: The storm flooded the entire city.Adjective: a flooded basement.
The only way gas would be able to get into the crankcase is when the engine is off, gas is leaking down thru the carb's and passing thru the rings into the oil. Does the engine run well ? Is there always gas in the oil, or did you have trouble starting the engine and flooded it. If it was flooded once, that would do it. Change oil and filter.
The Nile river flooded the fields in Egypt.
I am looking for a vin check up fro a car whether it was flooded or not flooded check up
the river thames flooded on 7th january 1928
Yes, the Mississipi river has flooded: once in 1927 and once in 1993.
shoal cave is flooded every 6 hrs
Montville is not flooded, and is highly unlikely to flood anytime, as it is in the mountains.
it got flooded by a tusnami and 100000000000000 people died
The Nile flooded of it's own accord.
Rain has also flooded many railway lines.
the injector may be worn off, try replacing the flooded cylinder injector