If you do replace it correctly, it will work as designed.
Advanced timing can cause that to happen
It would be a waste of time and money. You would have to make a special adapter to hook the exhaust to the manifold. On a turbo header, the exhaust hooks to the turbo and the turbo to the manifold.
it could be an oil leak.. my boyfriend had that happen to his s10 and he had oil leaking into his exhaust system
Exhaust Heat happened in 1992.
Yes, it could. What could happen is it leaks as you are going down the road and leaks onto the exhaust manifold and creates the smoke.
The fluid can get on the exhaust, very slight chance of a fire. If all the fluid leaks out, you will not have steering assist.
Dont laugh when i ask this but I seen it happen before, Is there gas in the tank?
It is something that does happen from time to time. Replace the o-rings on the sensor and the plastic adapter housing it sits in.
I had that happen once. That's a bad thing. That's either cracked head, blown head gasket, or cracked block.Not necessarily. The intake on some vehicles, especially late models, the coolant circulates thru the intake manifold. You could have a leaking hose or leaking manifold gasket. You would have other problems like cooant in the oil or oil in the coolant if you had a cracked head/block or a bad head gasket.
Do you have an exhaust leak? Do you happen to have have an exhaust leak or a damaged water pump bearing?
Nothing....just call someone to lick it !!