It dedends on the colour of the smoke and from where you see it coming. Be4st bet is to pull over next time it happens and pop your hood , carefully because it might be oil dripping onto an exhaust pipe or manifold somewhere.Follow the smoke to its source THIS SHOULD BE EASY TO DO.
overheating of the engine.
white smoke can be either your car overheating, or smoke from an electrical issue
Adam's been known to smoke Marlboro Lights, Parliament Lights, and Camel Lights.
it would cause overheating but the smoke is probally coming from some sort of water or antifreeze in combustion chamber
She does not smoke, and never has. Angelina smoke Parliament lights
white smoke blown head gasket that's for sure..........................................................
White smoke from the exhaust indicates you have a blown head gasket or cracked head. Stop driving the car until this is repaired or you will do serious damage to the engine.
No. She stated she will never smoke.
It means the car is overheating.
Parliament Lights and Marlboro Menthol Lights.
yes. camel lights.
Yes, marlboro lights.
Overheating or coolant leak.
Sounds like a bad head gasket
remove drive belt and check all pulley wheels for freedom of movement sounds like a pulley wheel is bad, probably the belt tensioner pulley
Cigarette smoke contains up to 11.5 nanograms of mercury per cigarette in mainstream smoke and up to 16.6 nanograms of mercury per cigarette in side stream smoke. A nanogram is a billionth of a gram. Mercury is a heavy metal that exists in many places throughout the earth. As a result, some of the food we eat contains varying trace levels of mercury. The same applies to tobacco.
The sparks are caused by the train burning off dust etc. from the track. The smoke is either the train overheating or a side-effect of the sparks