That can be caused on most vehicles by one of two potential problems: 1. cylinder "washdown", in which one or more injector leaks a little, dropping raw fuel into the cylinder. The fuel picks dilutes the oil that normally resides on the cylinder walls and around the piston and rings. Next time the engine starts, the oil is burned along with the excess fuel. The condition can cause a little extra cylinder wear whenever the engine starts, and should be repaired to prevent future problems. 2. Valve guide oil leaking, usually caused by hardened valve guide seals leaking a small amount of oil down the intake valve stem and it gets into the fuel mix. Typically, leaking valve seals will burn whenever you step on the accellerator after slowing down, or going down a hill with your foot off the accellerator. It usually indicates a worn valve guide AND hardened/damaged valve guide seal.
Engine exhaust turns white from water in the combustion chamber.
You have a blown head gasket. STOP, driving this vehicle immediately or more serious engine damage will occur.
It is buring oil this is a wrong answer whe engine burn oil to the exhaust smoke is a heavy white smoke no black
White smoke at start up is due to moisture in the exhaust or on a diesel it can be normal due to the engine being cold.White smoke at start up is due to moisture in the exhaust or on a diesel it can be normal due to the engine being cold.
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
White smoke will come out of a vehicle's exhaust system when the engine is cold. This is because of condensation build up in the engine and exhaust. The white smoke should go away after several minutes of idling. If you engine is always blowing white smoke, regardless of temperature, then it might be burning oil. Check the levels of your engine oil and your transmission fluid (if you have an automatic) and have the engine compression checked for blow-by.
corsa 1.5 diesel lumpy at start up with white smoke from exhaust returning to normal after a couple of minuets
Moisture in the exhaust, or a cold running engine.
Car maintenance is very important for a smooth ride. When there is white smoke coming out of the exhaust, it is usually an indication of water in the engine.
if it is white smoke engine need to rebuilt.
White smoke in the exhaust is water leaking into a piston and turning into steam. You have a leak somewhere in your engine. Your engine may overheat because you are low on coolant. You have run it out through your exhaust pipe. Soon your engine will catch fire and burn up, but you will have saved money by not getting it fixed.
the smoke that comes out of a exhaust pipe is supposed to be white
Look for a leak, if not white smoke from exhaust (going into engine)
coolant leaking into the engine
have a mechanic check your turbo.most will tell u that a turbo blows black smoke but can aslso blow white smoke when turbo is malfunctioning
Sounds like engine coolant is getting into an engine cylinder
Thick white smoke is caused when coolant gets into a cylinder and from there into the exhaust. It is a sign that if it is not fixed real soon, you will blow or burn up your engine.
The exhaust should be colorless. Smoke is created by an imbalance of the oil:fuel mixture. Black smoke is too much fuel (rich). White-blue smoke would be too much oil.
sounds like you have head gasket problem if the exhaust smoke is white in colour then its engine coolant if its blue smoke then its burning oil you will need to get the engine pressure tested at a garage.
White smoke in the exhaust means water is being burned in the engine. A small puff of white smoke the first time you start a car in the morning is normal. Water condenses in the intake, and engine and when you firsts start the engine it burns off producing a puff of white smoke. It is nothing to concern yourself with unless the car is constantly blowing white smoke.
Water is in your engine. Check intake and head gaskets.
Yes, this is simply showing your car is working, however, what SHOULD'NT come out of your exhaust pipe is red flames. If that is what's coming out, I'd check with mechanic. In general, Blue smoke, engine oil. Black smoke, excess fuel. White smoke, engine coolant.
White smoke means water, blue/black smoke means oil, black smoke can also mean the fuel mixture is too rich.
white smoke is coming from my exhaust why?
White smoke from the exhaust pipe is a sign of coolant entering the combustion chamber. Commonly caused by a blown head gasket. STOP driving this vehicle until you have this repaired or you will destroy this engine.