I'm really sorry to be the one to tell you this, but the blue smoke is from the engine burning oil. This almost certainly is from bad piston rings. The engine needs to be replaced or rebuilt, because this problem will get steadily worse until the engine dies completely. You should have had the engine checked over before you got it.
Could be getting into engine. Check tailpipe emissions for white smoke.
One reason could be an extremely worn engine, another possibility is way too much engine oil has been put into the crankcase.
There could be a couple of reasons why water is coming from a tailpipe. There could be a blown head gasket on the car or a cracked head. A small amount of moisture is a normal byproduct of the burning of gasoline in the engine.
supercharger seals could be bad
If it's the inside of the exhaust that's black it could be caused by burnt oil in the engine.
If the engine is overheating rapidly and/or blowing oil then it could be.
One reason is engine overheating - check your temp gauge and coolant as a first step.
you could have a hole in one of your pipes or hoses that the water went throw.
Water coming out the tailpipe means there is water in the exhaust. This is not uncommon when the engine is cold and the exhaust is condensing. That situation should stop when the engine warms up. If the exhaust continues to have water in it after the engine is warmed up it could possibly indicate a leaky head gasket or cracked cylinder head.
Engine oil could be running too rich or rings!
It will overheat, and could end up blowing the head gasket.
The burners are not igniting for some reason. Could be a few different things, call a plumber.
It could be that the thermostat is stuck open.
The pcv valve is probably on the valve cover.If the engine is blowing oil out of the crankcase or the oil filler tube,it could be the pcv valve.It could also be an indication of internal wear,such as stucking valves,causing the engine to build up excessive pressure.
You have a short or an over current condition in the circuit. It could be a wire touching metal, a bad bulb, etc.
The alarm is built into the body computer and can not be removed. If you are blowing fuses, you have an short to ground or a current overload.
change the engine
A palindrome for blowing a horn could be: 'toot'.
The white smoke indicates the burning of oil. A number of issues could be causing this, especially on an older engine. It's hard to tell the exact source without seeing the engine but worn piston rings are an option or even a leaky gasket somewhere (if there is a good amount of moisture/water coming out as well, then it is more than likely a blown head gasket).
Try locating and testing or changing the TPS (Throttle Position Sensor) Or if it's not in gear it could be the rev limiter keepin you from over revving & blowing your engine.
If a car engine will not turn over, it could be out of gas. It could also need a tune up or possibly have an electrical problem.
One reason could be a worn engine.
There are multiple reasons why a 2008 Pajero could have the engine light on. The transmission could be one reason the light is on.
Probably coolant in the oil from a blown head gasket which might also cause excessive steam from the tailpipe and hard starting. The coolant also could get into the oil through a crack in the engine block.