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Car smoke with no smell and engine running rough

I have a suzuki swift sport and i got some small clouds of white smoke, engine sounds like a diesel transit van, but no smell or no leaks as i can see. Please help :(

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    Angelo Feb 12, 2012

    How many miles does it have and has it ever run out of oil?

  • vaughanrober
    vaughanrober Feb 12, 2012

    Just under 30,000 miles, and Iv'e only had the car for a year and a half. Bought it second hand from the Suzki dealership. There's enough oil in the car. Doesn't feel there's any lose of power

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Hi to all.I am thinking of buying a 2nd hand 2013 Suzuki APV SGX 1.6l Automatic with 19,000km mileage only. Everything is tiptop but when the engine is on, very visible white smoke comes out from tailpipe...


Is this your first car, or first year driving in winter?
are you in USA or canada? (we are a USA forum here so???)
if yes, Suzuki is chapter 11, here and getting many parts are a PAIN.
big pain. dont buy SUzuki cars. , in N.America. bingo !
but my guess you are not here, in USA or N.America
but are far from here, right? km is canada or outside here.

and x2 never buy smoking engines.
(i do but for dirty cheap and fix em)

white smoke smells like burning smoke, RUN,, lingers.long time it does.
Fast dissipated smoke, (it's not smoke sorry!)
is steam it's normal all cars do that and more cold, weather. all fuels burns to water as a byproduct of combustion, but will smell like exhaust only. (carbon and exh. smell, all very normal)
but if the steam continues, and smells of antifreeze and nasty
sweet smel,l RUN.

buy a Nissan. or Honda. never any Suzuki ever.
the question is ,where next will they go bankrupt. hummmmmmmmmmm

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