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What could cause smoke white to grey in color from underneath the hood just after turning off a 1992 Honda Accord with 234K miles?

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2004-12-29 06:44:37
2004-12-29 06:44:37

Most probably, you have a valve cover gasket that is bad, and the oil is dripping down onto the exhaust manifold, and is being burned. Replace the valve cover gasket.

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