Why does my 93 Camry produces white smoke under the hood after driving on the highway?
Oil leaking onto the hot exhaust will cause white smoke. This may be because oil was spilt whilst topping up or one of your gaskets has blown a leak.
What does it mean when a 1996 Toyota Camry shakes a lot when driving and white smoke comes out the tailpipe at start up?
Does the crack high produces a false sense of power or confidence increasing defensive driving instincts?
The state and highway maintenace department often have control or prescribed burns or fires on or along the highways to help control and prevent wild fires. As the smoke blows across the highways visibility can be reduced to zero in seconds preventing you from seeing other vehicles on the road which may have stopped. Aslo if the fire is not a control burn there may be Fire Trucks and Firefighters on the highway. So the…
White smoke from a tailpipe is caused then coolant and oil are mixed together. Typically, this is caused by either a cracked block, cracked cylinder head, blown headgasket. Have engine diagnosed at a shop of your choice. It is not a cheap fix but driving like this for long periods of time will cause engine to overheat and cause more problems than you would like.
What can happens if you keep driving when smoke is coming from your ehxaust on a 2000 Dodge Intrepid 3.2L v6?
First off, the color of the smoke will tell you quite a bit and also if it is safe to continue driving the car. Black smoke indicates an overly rich fuel mixture. Blue smoke indicates it is burning oil. White smoke indicates there is coolant entering the combustion chamber. White smoke, stop driving the car immediately as severe engine damage will occur. You probably have a blown head gasket. Black smoke, drive as little as…