Why would a 1999 BMW M3 that was in a rollover accident have white smoke coming out of the exhaust when the car starts and after it is warmed up?
Not having anymore info. other than it was in a rollover, the engine head could be cracked and allowing coolant to get into the combustion chamber which could explain smoking at start up and after the engine is warm. Check your coolant tank for any oil residue - if there is oil in the tank, you've got a engine head problem and your best bet is to get a new head after verifing that the block isn't also damaged.
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No, water coming from the exhaust is normal in small amounts. The temp differences causes condensation. When the car sits, the exhaust is cold or ambiant temp. When the vehicle starts, the exhaust system warms up, causing condensation. There are actually weep holes in most mufflers to let the water out to prevent rust.
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The gas Engine is a 4 stroke engine, Nother words the piston must make 4 stroke's to run. Here's the 4 strokes. Entake, compression, power and exhaust When you turn the engine over with the starter a piston starts moving, As it starts going down the intake valve starts opening witch lets air and fuel come into the cylinder. That's the intake stroke. When the piston is compleatly down the intake and exhaust valves are…
What could be wrong when a 1992 dodge colt 1.5 engine won't start when is wet outside Look in for symptoms?
I'll describe you what is happening when I'm trying to start it after rain. Starter turns..but engine won't come on. I think water is coming somehow to the system - because when I'm pushing a gas pedal while starting the engine sometimes knocks couple of times and a lot of white smoke is coming from the exhaust..then it suddenly stops. The longer after the rain the better it gets - engine knocks for a longer…
If the car starts sounding louder than normal, or if the exhaust note changes (essentially, if it starts sounding like a race car and it never did before), crawl under and look for leaks, holes, etc. There are two effects of having a bad exhaust. One is just bad--it can upset the way the car runs, and possibly cause it to stop running after a while. The other's terrible--exhaust gases can find their way into…
Is it normal for a 1998 Pathfinder to have white smoke coming from the exhaust when cold but not after the engine starts to warm up?
My 1965 mustang 6 cylinder 200 engine starts running rough and the motor shakes at a stop and stalls out and then its hard to start and blows out white smoke when it does start?
I drive Ford Fiesta diesel 1.4 tdi 03 reg problem is after driving 10 miles smoke starts coming out of bonnet and inside of the car as well. any idea?
What is wrong when there is slight steam from the exhaust and a little bit of water drops on the exhaust cant really notice a sweet smell and oil is not milky or frothy is this a blown gasket?
The question could be improved to read: "Why does steam come out of the exhaust when I first start my vehicle?" Answer: condensation. When you shut-off your engine and the the exhaust pipes cool down, water will condense on the interior surfaces of the pipes from the warm air in the exhaust pipes. This water pools there until the engine starts up again. Then, it starts to evaporate and exits the tailpipe as steam. After…