Question about 2004 Honda Accord
When i start my van in the mornig, in cold weather, i can see that blue smoke blow for a few second and then become normal, i purchase last year and last owner change the timing belt from Honda Dealer at 138k now is 160k on it, in summer time no visible smoke, this will happen only cold weather, please let me know what is the best way to fix, Thanks
May be just the cold weather and condensation..if it goes away thats ok i think,, if it stays thats bad.... most cars show some type of smoke or something when they are cold....mine does .. and its fine... make sure its not pure thick blue smoke., for long periods.... that means ur burning oil...make sure to check ur oil and dont ever over fill it ....
Posted on Oct 25, 2008
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