Why does my car exhaust smoke a lot?
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.
yes it dose Answer: It Could be. If the smoke stops after the car runs for a bit, then it is only condensation that has built up in the engine or more likely, the exhaust system. If it is a continual stream of fairly heavy white smoke, then you most likely have a bad head gasket,,,,but the car should not be running very well either in most cases.
What can cause white smoke from the exhaust only when car is hot you have taken the exhaust manifold and not smoke is coming from the engine this is a sr20det engine turbo coolant levels have not Chan?
Can it be the turbo that causes your car to lose speed and rev with white smoke coming from the exhaust?
White "smoke" in the exhaust usually means there is moisture in the exhaust stream. If the "smoke" appears while you're driving away shortly after the car is first started on a cold morning it is likely the condensation boiling off the inside of the exhaust pipes (steam). This is normal and goes away as the exhaust warms up. The condensation is also normal; it usually happens after the car is shut off on a cold…
Considering that if you have black smoke your car is running too rich. Blueish white smoke from the exhaust means it burning oil. Depending on exactly where this white smoke is coming from it is most likely transmission fluid that is burning. A bad seal or gasket on the trans will cause it to leak. Especially when your car is hot and the tranny is shifting, this will cause more pressure on the leaks thus…