You have a blown head gasket.
Vehicle burning oil? Might not show when converter is installed due to high temperature produced by converter (oil is burned and disipated in converter before getting to tailpipe).
blown head gasket!
sounds like a blown head gasket.
If the vehicle smokes either the gasket was installed improperly or then heads were not checked before being reinstalled and one of them was warped if the vehicle overheated when the head gasket blew then most likely its a warped head. Devan
Blown head gasket or cracked head.
It has a leak in the Cooling System Somewhere, It might have a cracked Head or a Blown gasket
If the smoke is white, the problem is a blown head gasket. If the smoke is blue, step valve seals have to be replaced.
If it only smokes at startup and the smoke is blue this is normally a sign of worn valve seals or guides. White smoke is a symptom of blown head gasket. Black smoke is a symptom of overly rich fuel/air mixture.
Fuel mixture is too rich. Get this fixed asap as engine damage can occur. It can also damage the converter and O2 sensor.AnswerBlack smoke means you are burning oil. You might want to do a compression check on your engine to determine if you have a blown head gasket. Check you coolant and see if there is oil in it. If there is, then you defenitely have a leak. It could be a head gasket problem. Good luck..
This could be a few things...in the worst case, it could be a head gasket. But then again I've just had my head gasket done on my vti and mine smokes a little. This also could be down to worn piston rings or oil stem seals
You either have a cracked block, blown head gasket, or intake manifold gasket leaking coolant into the engine oil. You have bad problems.
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The smoking out one side and not the other is a bad piston ring, a blown head gasket or cracked head it can be one or the other. If the smoke is blue its a bad ring or valve, if the smoke is white its a blown head gasket or a cracked head. Hope this helps you. D.
If it is blueish white in color then it is oil. If it is steamy it is antifreeze. check for leaky head gasket/also you may have a cracked block and water is getting into the cylinders
Sounds like head gasket have you over heated your car lately. It may be just steam but, if it is a head gasket, your coolant is leaking into the cylinders and then out your tailpipes. Antifreeze smokes good. A sure-fire way to check for the latter is to check your oil. If it looks like a milkshake or has milkshake-like residue on your dip-stick, it's a blown gasket.
If the 2 cylinders are adjacient it is a pretty good bet that the head gasket is leaking and causing your problems
Most likely a valve cover gasket is leaking or exhaust manifolds bolts are loose. one burning oil on hot surface or just smoke from exhaust.