white smoke is usually always antifreeze getting into the cylinder either through headgaskets or through the intake manifold gasket check your coolant for low level to know for sure.
headgasket going out or freeze plugs leaking sounds like oil leaking past the piston rings
I know the white smoke would be caused by coolant, which would be leaking into the combustion chamber.
White smoke is a symptom of a blown head gasket.
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White smoke is eaither a blown head gasket or you have water in the fuel system. This is not to be confused with flooding an engine and seeing white vapor coming out of the exaust in which that would NOT be smoke, it would be gas vapor's. If your burning oil, the smoke will be blue and smells of burnt oil.
Blue smoke? The end result of a tired engine. White smoke? Cracked head or bad head gasket.
White smoke- steam? Only when cold - normal condition condensation
What color the smoke is makes a difference, blue smoke=engine oil, black smoke=excess fuel, white smoke=engine coolant.
Blue smoke is oil burning, White is steam(water), Black smoke is unburnt fuel.
no... for there to be white smoke there is water in your combustion chamber if there was too much oil it would be black smoke Black smoke is usually to much fuel and blueish white is oil. So yes it is possible that it is oil in the combustion chamber.
Depends on the smoke. White smoke from burning antifreeze would be a crack in the cylinder head or bad head gasket. Dark smoke would be burning oil from bad piston rings.
The exhaust should be colorless. Smoke is created by an imbalance of the oil:fuel mixture. Black smoke is too much fuel (rich). White-blue smoke would be too much oil.
White smoke usually indicates a water leak into the engine block. Blue or black smoke would indicate an oil leak. possibly pistons!! my 88 Monte Carlo did that
Could be several things. Typically, oil burning is blue smoke, and water/antifreeze is white smoke. With a combination of fast oil leak *and* white smoke, my guess would be to check the Cylinder Head Gasket or a cracked Cylinder Head.
Could be that the lawn was wet and that the white smoke was actually steam.
One answer would be White Phosphorous. There are others.
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Black smoke would be unburned fuel: fuel injection problem. White smoke in the morning may be normal condensation. White smoke all the time would be blown head gasket (exhaust would smell sweet like burning coolant) Blue-white smoke would be oil burning...bad valve guides, piston rings, excessive blowby, etc. Black smoke = too much fuel in the mixture or not enough air. Check air filter or possibly a stuck injector. Blue or grey smoke = burning oil and indicates damage inside the engine or possibly a faulty vacuum modulator in a transmission that sucks transmission oil. White smoke = water vapor in the form of condensate. It's normal while the engine and/or the air is cold.
White smoke usually indicates steam. I don't think a bad intake manifold gasket would cause it, but a bad or blown head gasket certainly would. More than likely it is a bad head gasket or a cracked head. White smoke means you are getting anifreeze in your cumbustion chamber (cylinder) and when it fires it is burning the moisture creating white smoke.
Head gasket or cracked head
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I feel these are unrelated but you can investigate a leak in the hoses leading to the heater core as they maybe leaking onto the exhaust pipe, that would produce white smoke, but not from within the tailpipe exhaust. Water and oil leaks will produce white smoke the smell will help you determine which it is.
you could have a blown or leaky head gasket. white smoke would be caused by coolant getting in to the combustion chamber and getting burnt creating steam.
White smoke coming from the engine can mean many different things. One such thing is that your car may have a blown head gasket or that oil is burning in the engine.
Itr only takes a small amount of oil to get some smoke, white smoke is coolant, gray smoke would be oil, and black smoke would be fuel.