Time for a tune up.
The valve needs replaced. There is a metal plug that has fallen out.
your exhaust may be jammed
there is no water mixed with the oil but have antifreeze coming out of the exhaust
it could mean that you have a loose battery cable that needs to be tightened
Take it back immediately to who ever did the exhaust work.
It could be condensation from hot exhaust gases on the cool exhaust pipe.
The fumes are most likely coming from an exhaust leak. The leak could be at the converter, or somewhere else in the exhaust system.
white smoke is coming from my exhaust why?
the smoke that comes out of a exhaust pipe is supposed to be white
Maybe a blown head gasket
The O2 sensor is in the front of the engine. If you look at the exhaust manifold by the heat shield you will see it. It screws into the exhaust and has a single wire coming out of it running back toward the drivers side of the engine. Easy to change
you should check the head gaskets and check where its coming from because then you know where its coming from.
there should be 2 oxygen sensors, one easily seen just coming off exhaust part of engine and the second one just past catalytic converter.
your not getting oil to the engine or its running low
The O2 light means the oxyogen sensor is needing to be replaced. It should be some where in the exhaust system.Answerit is located on the exhaust manifold with wires to a plug coming from it
clean your maf(mass air flow sensor)
A broken piston ring will allow fuel to enter the exhaust system. The fuel will drain out of the exhaust.
NO its not
Change your spark plugs!!
Blown head gasket.
If fumes are coming into a car it is most likely not going to be coming from a head gasket. The more likely places will be a blown exhaust gasket, exhaust doughnut, or some other type of exhaust leak.
Water condensation coming from the exhaust is normal when the vehicle has been sitting in a wet area, but should stop once it is warmed up. Water from the exhaust after it is warmed up and white smoke from the exhaust is an indication of a blown head gasket.