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We just changed our timing belt and our son forget to tighten the hoses. My Husband was driving it and we had lost all the water in the radiator when we put more water in it will run but lotts of smoke coming out of the tail pipe. What could be wrong?

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  • chevy2102001 Oct 15, 2008

    OK TO ME BECAUSE IT HAPPENED TO ME BEFORE NOT EXACTLY THE SAME WAY BUT CLOSE TO. CHANCES ARE YOU GOT SOME FLUID SOMEHWERE ON THE ENGINE OR EXHAUST SYSTEM. BUT IF IT IS LITERALLY COMING OUT OF THE EXHAUST PIPE ITSELF THEN THAT IS ANOTHER BIG PROBLEM. DOUBLE CHECK TO MAKE SURE THAT ALL BOLTS LINES A ND PIPES ARE ON TIGHT AND THAT EVERYTHING IS IN ORDER THE WAY IT SHOULD BE. RETRACE ALL STEPS FROM THE POINT OF PUTTING EVERYTHING BACK TOGETHER TO COMPLETION. AND MAKE SURE THAT YOU MIX YOUR ANTIFREEZE 50/50 BECAUSE IF NOT THEN YOUR ENGINE WILL NOT COOL CORRECTLY. BUT IF YOU DID GET LQUID ANYWHERE THAT THE ENGINE OR EXHAUST GETS HOTT THEN THAT WOULD MORE THAN LIKELY BE WHY IT SMOKES LIKE THAT. LAST THING IS YOU WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU TIMING IS DONE CORRECTLY BECAUSE THAT CAN CAUSE SOME MAJOR PROBLEMS. CHECK ALL THAT STUFF AND IF YOU HAVE ANYMORE QUESTIONS THEN JUST ASK AGAIN.

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OK TO ME BECAUSE IT HAPPENED TO ME BEFORE NOT EXACTLY THE SAME WAY BUT CLOSE TO. CHANCES ARE YOU GOT SOME FLUID SOMEHWERE ON THE ENGINE OR EXHAUST SYSTEM. BUT IF IT IS LITERALLY COMING OUT OF THE EXHAUST PIPE ITSELF THEN THAT IS ANOTHER BIG PROBLEM. DOUBLE CHECK TO MAKE SURE THAT ALL BOLTS LINES A ND PIPES ARE ON TIGHT AND THAT EVERYTHING IS IN ORDER THE WAY IT SHOULD BE. RETRACE ALL STEPS FROM THE POINT OF PUTTING EVERYTHING BACK TOGETHER TO COMPLETION. AND MAKE SURE THAT YOU MIX YOUR ANTIFREEZE 50/50 BECAUSE IF NOT THEN YOUR ENGINE WILL NOT COOL CORRECTLY. BUT IF YOU DID GET LQUID ANYWHERE THAT THE ENGINE OR EXHAUST GETS HOTT THEN THAT WOULD MORE THAN LIKELY BE WHY IT SMOKES LIKE THAT. LAST THING IS YOU WANT TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU TIMING IS DONE CORRECTLY BECAUSE THAT CAN CAUSE SOME MAJOR PROBLEMS. CHECK ALL THAT STUFF AND IF YOU HAVE ANYMORE QUESTIONS THEN JUST ASK AGAIN.

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Hi is the smoke lightish grey as it would appear you have blown the headgasket when its cold take the radiator cap off make sure theres water in it start the engine look at the water in the radiator if you see contant bubbles this will confirm the headgaskets gone if your not sure do a compression test best of luck paul

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    1. Connect power steering pressure line to power steering pump fitting.
    1. Install power steering reservoir filler cap.
    1. Install generator to power steering pump support. Refer to Section 14-02 .
    1. Connect battery ground cable. Refer to Section 14-01 .
    1. Raise vehicle on hoist. Refer to Section 00-02 .
    1. Install lower nut on front engine support insulators and tighten retaining nut to 88-119 Nm (65-87 lb-ft). Install lower nut of rear engine support insulator and tighten to 77-104 Nm (56-76 lb-ft).
    1. Connect radiator lower hose tube to water pump. Install retaining bolt and tighten securely.
    1. Connect lower radiator hose to radiator lower hose tube and radiator. Position hose clamps securely. Refer to Section 03-03 .
    1. Lower vehicle.
    1. Position drive belt over drive belt tensioner and release drive belt tensioner. Refer to Section 03-05 .
    1. stw~us~en~file=ani_caut.gif~gen~ref.gif CAUTION: This engine has aluminum cylinder heads (6049) and requires a special corrosion inhibiting coolant to avoid cooling system damage. Refer to Section 03-03 for the coolant specifications.
      Fill and bleed cooling system with specified coolant.
    1. Fill power steering pump reservoir with specified fluid.
    1. Start engine and check for coolant and power steering fluid leaks. Service as necessary.


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    Apr 13, 2009 | 1996 Ford Windstar

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