Black smoke= rich condition(too much fuel and not enough air). Blue smoke = burning oil(engine components excessivly worn). White smoke= possible blown head gasket. Check oil to see if coolant is mixing in. Also check coolant level to see if it is loosing it. Have cylinder compression test done to verify head gasket problem. Other possibilities are a cracked cylinder head or engine block.
You will see blue smoke from the exhaust when starting the vehicle.
If black smoke is coming out of the exhaust of a 1986 Ford Ranger, it is likely burning oil. It's possible that a seal is leaking in the engine.
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When an exhaust pipe is cool, the exhaust will start to allow water vapor to condense. If the exhaust is white you're seeing a vapor cloud; it's normal and unavoidable. Once the engine and exhaust are warm, the vapor cloud should stop.
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.
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
Water vapour due to condensation in the exhaust pipe.
smoke poured out of the exhaust of the car.
If you have knocking from the engine and smoke from the exhaust then you have far more problems than the car just not starting. Sick professional help immediately.
It is buring oil this is a wrong answer whe engine burn oil to the exhaust smoke is a heavy white smoke no black
White smoke especially when starting tends to indicate that water is finding its way into the the exhaust system, where it is boiling and exiting the exhaust as steam. The possible cause could be water getting into the cylinders (perhaps from a damaged gasket).
Could be a diesel? If not then replace your oxygen sensor on your exhaust. A bad oxygen sensor causes the exhaust smoke to be dark in color.
how many miles and when was the last time you changed your oil filter? if you have over 100 thousand miles you might want to look at your piston rings to check the blowby. burning oil is the most common answer to smoking exhaust.
Could be worn or damaged valve seals.
What colour smoke?
The answer depends in part on the color of the smoke.
Depends on the color of the smoke. Blue smoke-oil. Black smoke-unburnt fuel.
Injectors, timing, low cylinder pressure.
The first thing that comes to mind related to those symptoms is a blown head gasket.
of course it emits "smoke" you mean exhaust? it has to go somewhere, if it's a propeller plane it has an exhaust just like car, if it's a turbine, it has an exhaust outlet, if it's a jet engine, the exhaust is self explanatory
white smoke is coming from my exhaust why?
from smoke from car, train exhaust, smoke from refuse burning