The engine seems to have some problems why it releases smoke. It would be much better if you will check and repair it to a mechanic immediately.
Blue smoke is oil burning, White is steam(water), Black smoke is unburnt fuel.
because it likes to smoke. lol
Your speaker is probably blown.
WHERE IS THE SMOKE COMING FROM ?
White smoke is a symptom of a blown head gasket.
white smoke can be either your car overheating, or smoke from an electrical issue
yes you can..if you don't mind the stench of the smoke stucked in your fabric in the car afterwards
No. It has 4 doors and my trans am would smoke it.
MAbye if you crushed it up a little even though it would be hard on the lungs
Smoke could be coming from the vents of your car for a number of reasons. You may have an internal car fire.
You don't smoke in the car or if you do go to the nearest dealer ship and ask them.
Check your car smoke system.
Bad oil ring or worn piston bore.
Internal short in the lead plates, time for a new battery.
White smoke = Coolant leak, head gasket is the likely culprit. Blue smoke = Engine burning oil. Black smoke = Engine running too rich, wasting fuel.
The only way you would get thc in your system is if you eat or smoke it. You might inhale second hand weed smoke if someone is in a car or in an enclosed small room.
Yes, of course, it is your car, but if there is a person under 18 years of age then it is illegal. It is not recommended, as it would damage the upholstery.
because one of the valves arnt closing or opening properly
the car will smoke and die
take it to the car shop
To be damaged by smoke you need to actually inhale the smoke, so it there is smoke still lingering in the air of the house or car then YES. If however the smoke has cleared entirely then NO.
The only thing that causes smoke in a car is something burning. Steam or vapor coming from the air conditioner can also look like smoke. More detail especially where the smoke seems to be coming from would be helpful. This sounds like something that needs immediate attention and you should not be driving the car if you cannot find the origin of the smoke.
smoke coming from a/c vent indicates that the heater core is leaking and needs to be replaced.this smoke is hot antifreeze, it will not cause a fire but it does stink and will eventually cause car to overheat