What is the white smoke coming out of the vents inside your 1998 Lincoln Navigator?
Could be an incorrect refrigerant charge in a/c system
Oil Check and smoke from the oil ck I looked at a car today and when I checked the oil there was smoke coming from the tube where the oil level stick goes in the car?
Sidestream smoke is the smoke coming from a burning tobacco product and is the main component of Second-hand smoke, also known as Environmental Tobacco Smoke or passive smoking. It has been classified as a Class A carcinogen by the US Environmental Protection Agency. Side-stream smoke sidestream smoke
Smoke detectors work in several ways. A point to point smoke detector detects smoke when the beam projected by the transmitter is obscured in a measurable way and detected by the receiver. A photoelectric detector sees smoke particles inside the detection chamber of the smoke detector because light inside the chamber is scattered in a measurable way. An ionization smoke detector detects smoke because the smoke particles change the 'charge' on the detection plate inside…
NO!! White smoke indicates the burning of oil. The law says, "ANY smoke coming from the engine during any part of the test is grounds for failure." I've been an Emissions guy in Denver for 23 years. White smoke is oil. Black is gas (too rich). Black smoke can get pricey. White smoke is always pricey!!