Valve seals/guides, plugged oil drain holes in the head, PCV valve/line plugged/malfunctioning, etc. IF its WHITE it could b a blown head gasket-IF its BLACK it means there is 2 much FUEL getting 2 the engine & if its BLUE it COULD b valve stem seals OR piston rings or @ the WILDEST blocked oil return holes.
A billow is a large wave, surge, or undulation of something, such as water, smoke, or a sound.
The word 'billow' functions as both a verb and a noun.Examples:We watched the clouds billow in the breeze. (verb)A billow of smoke from the campfire enveloped the campers. (noun)
I would pop the hood when the car is running and see where the smoke is coming from. My bet is oil or coolant leaking onto the exhaust manifold
The word 'billow' is both a noun (billow, billows) and a verb (billow, billows, billowing, billowed).The noun billow is a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for a large undulating mass, such as a cloud, smoke, or steam; a rolling mass like a high wave; a word for a thing.The verb to billow is to to fill with air and swell outward; to rise or roll in waves.
what is the worst for your health breathing in tobacco smoke or exhaust fumes
emissions and exhaust
No, it will not cause smoke from the exhaust pipe. However the leaking oil can drip on the exhaust manifold where it will be burnt and smoke.
Fel Cones are corrupted seeds that fall from the trees. They billow with green smoke
There are many different smoking tricks to try. It all depends on the patience of the smoker. A few easy smoking tricks include the French Inhale and the Snap. The French Inhale involves letting the smoke billow from the mouth and inhaling the released smoke through the nostrils. The Snap is simply letting the smoke billow from the mouth and then sucking the smoke back in rapidly.
the smoke that comes out of a exhaust pipe is supposed to be white
how can i get black exhaust smoke stuck on my dual exhaust
No, the noun 'billow' is a common noun, a general word for any large undulating mass of something, such as cloud, smoke, or steam.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing; for example:Billow Butler & Company, L.L.C. (investment bank), Chicago, ILBillow Drive, San Diego, CA or Billow Road, Old Lyme, CT"Billow", a novel by Emma Raveling