Why does smoke billow out of the exhaust when you start a 91 Firebird Formula?
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.
Why does smoke billow from under engine after short run and ignition is switched off its not overheating could it be the supplementary heating?
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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, IL Billow Drive, San Diego, CA or Billow Road, Old Lyme, CT "Billow", a novel by Emma Raveling
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.
if you have blue smoke coming into the exhaust that means your piston rings are bad and are letting oil into your combustion chamber and then causing the oil to be burned with your air fuel mixture and that's why your exhaust is blue from having that burnt oil dumped out of the exhaust valve and out the exhaust
I feel these are unrelated but you can investigate a leak in the hoses leading to the heater core as they maybe leaking onto the exhaust pipe, that would produce white smoke, but not from within the tailpipe exhaust. Water and oil leaks will produce white smoke the smell will help you determine which it is.
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…
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.