Car Blowing White Smoke?

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If your car is blowing white smoke, it is probably burning oil. If there was oil spilled on the engine during a recent oil change or when you added oil to the engine, it will burn white from under the hood. If the white smoke is coming from the exhaust, then the car is burning oil and should be checked for leaks. Be sure to check your oil regularly to avoid running the car without any. This could blow your engine.
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Answer most times the WHITE smoke is actually steam from a coolant leak into the combustion chamber. usually bad news(cracked head,cracked block, leaking head gasket).if it is truly
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White smoke coming out the exhaust of a lawn mower is not an uncommon problem. While it sometimes indicates a worn-out engine, more often the issue is simpler. If your lawn mower
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Yes, it certainly could be the head gasket. If the white smoke has a sweet smell (like maple syrup) that's antifreeze, and you've got a bad head gasket, or worse.
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White smoke generally indicates there is water somewhere in the combustion process. If it is a LOT of white smoke you may have a a blown head gasket. You'll need to take it to a mechanic
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