If it blows blue smoke when starting up, that is usually the valve guides need replacing. If it constantly blows blue smoke, you are looking at piston rings. Either way oil is getting into the combustion chamber. If it's valve guides, you need to have the heads looked at, if it is rings, the bottom of the engine needs to come out.
Black and blue smoke means your engine is burning oil. That is bad. You may have a blown head gasket. That is very bad. You may have worn piston rings. That is also bad. I have no idea why your engine is burning oil but the reason is bad.
If you mean the smoke it's usually related to the quality of petrol
Blue smoke is oil burning. Loud noises in the engine means internal engine problems. Time for a complete overhaul of this engine.
White smoke means water, blue/black smoke means oil, black smoke can also mean the fuel mixture is too rich.
blue exhaust is usually due to excessive lubricating oil consumption and its emission indicates a very poor condition of the engine, such as worn out piston rings or valve guides, etc beside, as it possible to completely prevent the emission of blue smoke...
The piston rings in the motor are bad. Very expensive fix.
You may have oil on the exhaust, once this has burnt off the smoke should stop.
It could be coolant getting into the exhaust system which could mean that one or more of your car's gaskets are worn out and need repairs
of course it emits "smoke" you mean exhaust? it has to go somewhere, if it's a propeller plane it has an exhaust just like car, if it's a turbine, it has an exhaust outlet, if it's a jet engine, the exhaust is self explanatory
It is related to the phrase smoke and mirrors. There is nothing substantial about what they are saying, it is just hot air.
Probably that you're burning oil. This could be for several reasons, the most likely being that your piston rings are faulty/worn.
Blue smoke coming out with the exhaust means oil is burning in one or more of the engine's cylinders. This is commonly a symptom of worn piston rings or valve stem seals. Whatever the specific cause of the leak, engine work will undoubtedly be required to repair it. Make sure you keep an eye on the oil level, since some of it is being burned up.
This is usually a sign of severe internal engine wear of the cylinder walls and/or piston rings. A car with a problem such as this would probably use oil and emit blue colored smoke from the exhaust pipe when accelerating. This is a problem that most people should avoid when looking for a vehicle.
It would be street slang for smoking meth. Because you exhale a huge cloud of smoke, hence the term blowing in the clouds.
Sounds like a bad head gasket
white smoke from diesel exhaust generally means you have engine coolant leaking internally in enginevery rarely , white smoke can indicate a problem with the turbo
When you mean its blowing out white smoke... you mean out from the exhaust pipe right? Not anywhere from under the hood or inside the car? Usually when white smoke comes out the exhaust it means that its not burning the fuel all the way... smell around if it smells like gas. If you smell fuel then check things like the fuel injectors - they can be leaking and need replacing...or maybe just the injector ring need 2 be replaced. Check compression. Check if their are any vacuum leaks and check intake system. hey bro it sounds like ur coolant seals are bad
Shagonigei means little blue smoke
If white smoke smells like anti-freeze, it is more than likely a head gasket.
Not sure what you mean by not running right. Is it stalling, skipping, hesitating, idles to fast, idles to slow, doesn't idle at all, backfiring, hard starting, spark knock/ping, running rich, running lean, blowing black smoke, blowing blue smoke, blowing white smoke, etc? Need more info.
no its a blown head gasket, the white smoke your seeing is steam cause the the water leaking in to the combustion camber. if the smoke was black then that would mean to much fuel. if the smoke was blue that would mean there was oil getting in to the combustion camber.
I assume you mean smoke out the tailpipe. blue smoke = oil in combustion chamber. (maybe valve stem seals etc) white smoke = coolant in combustion chamber. (maybe head gasket etc) black smoke = fuel leaking out into exhaust or something worse like bad rings etc etc, could be lots of things.