Probably a coolant leak.
built up heat coming out engine breather tubes on the motor!
If you see smoke coming from under the hood of your vehicle this indicates a serious problem. Your car is overheating, this could be because of low coolant in the radiator or another problem with the radiator.
Where is the smoke coming from? If it's the engine you may have bad valve covers or something is burning up from under the hood. Check the source and check it fast. If it comes from the tailpipe you may have a catalytic converter problem.
White or gray smoke coming out from under the hood of a car could be the result of a small water leak spraying water on a hot engine. A running engine is naturally hot enough to create steam when water hits it.
You probably have an oil leak from your motor on to your exhaust system.
the reason why smoke is coming from your engine is because it is on fire And the water is from the ac ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Assuming that the engine is running and warmed up , it sounds like you have a leak in a heater hose or radiator hose , or somewhere else there is a leak in the engine coolant system
If you have blue-gray smoke coming out of the exhaust, then you have worn or damaged piston rings, or valve seals. If the smoke is excessive, a major engine overhaul will be necessary. If no blue-gray smoke is coming out of the exhaust, then look for a worn/damaged oil pan gasket, or a loose oil pan plug, or a loose oil filter. In either of these cases, you should see oil spots on the ground under the car.
You have a blown head gasket
The emanation from smoke from the under the hood should be treated as a possible emergency. The vehicle should immediately pull over to safe area. Smoke causes can range from a minor oil spill on hot engine/exhaust surfaces to major cooling systems and to highest severity engine fires.
that would be a head gasket
Elictrical fire or burnt out relay. Look for physical signs of fire, burnt wires. Where there's smoke there's fire
It depends on what color of smoke and how it smells. The question is somewhat vague. However, if the smoke is white it is due to burning oil. Black is from burning gasoline. If the smoke is coming from the exhaust pipe then you either have leaking valves or oil is blowing past the piston rings, both are significant problems. If the smoke is coming from under the hood the most likely issue would be leaking valve covers or a leaking PCV valve. Hope this helps, if not give some specifics on the smoke and I can better help you.
add water or anti-freeze coolant
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Not likely. Smoke from under the hood denotes a leak. Either your coolant or oil is leaking. White, thick smoke is oil. Could just be a gasket. Thinner hazy smoke is coolant. Check your hoses. Look for fluids/wet spots. Bad plugs can missfire, and make your exhaust smoke.
Not enough info. What kind of noise? Coming from where? Under what situation(s) does it occur?
Sounds like your heater coil is leaking, or the drains in the cowl air pickup are clogged.
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The only way a bumper can create smoke is is it is trailing on the ground. There are no 'mechanical' parts in a bumper. The end of the tailpipe is probably located right under the bumper and what you are seeing is smoke from the exhaust system. You should have the vehicle checked out as smoke from the exhaust is usually not a good thing.
white smoke = Leaking water (anti-freeze) head gasket, bad water pump... cracked block... p blue smoke = burning oil i would suggest a leaking head gasket
When A/C is on? if so could be a/c not working properly not enough refrigerant charge or pressure switch not working. If not related to A/C???
the focus is located under the epicenter. It is the origin of the earthquake. The epicenter is right above the focus.
Yes It should all burn off eventualy.