black is excess fuel
they have elected a pope? in cold weather it is normal to see white smoke coming out of your tailpipe. the one you have to worry about is the black or the blue smoke
Excess fuel causes black smoke.
how can i get black exhaust smoke stuck on my dual exhaust
No. A bad head gasket would cause water to come out the tailpipe. You will see white smoke. Leaky rings would cause oil to come out the tailpipe. You will see blue smoke.
Black smoke usually means the engine is running too rich. The fuel/air mixture is incorrect. Blue smoke is oil burning.
I think you mean billowing.The sheets are billowing in the wind.The smoke is billowing from the chimney.
carbon result of incomplete combustion.
Need to know why this is necessary.
Example sentences:A plume of smoke was billowing from the campfire. (verb)The billowing clouds drifted over the horizon. (adjective)
the engine is burning oil. blue smoke oil white smoke antifreeze black smoke excess fuel
Head gasket or cracked head
It could, depending on the cause of the misfire.
Assuming this is a gasoline engine, it is running rich from excess gasoline.
White smoke is a symptom of a blown head gasket.
The black smoke could indicate worn piston rings. This would allow excessive amounts of oil into the combustion chamber and cause misfires and generally low engine performance.
burning lots of fuel to get it going, its an old car.
Blue smoke is burning oil.Blue smoke is burning oil.
possibly needs a new carborator
In the current F18 model that the Blue Angels use, the nose cannon has been removed and replaced by an oil tank. The oil from this tanked is pumped along and dumped into the exhaust tailpipe to produce a white billowing smoke.
bad head gasket
No, the engine exhaust is what comes out of the tailpipe.
Billowing is the present participle of the verb billow. It can be used with an auxiliary verb to create the progressive (continuous) tenses. Thick smoke is billowing from the building.Billowing can be used as an adjective, as well. Billowingsmoke filled the sky.