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Why does a 1994 Olds Bravada hesitate upon acceleration and blow white smoke and run worse by the day and is about to stop running completely but idles good with a little miss in it?

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2005-11-17 05:34:27
2005-11-17 05:34:27

It has a possible transmission problem. Transmission problem isn't going to cause smoke. You have a blown headgasket or cracked block that is letting coolant get into the cylinders. If you are still driving it when you read this, stop while there is still hope to repair it.

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