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Start signal comes from the clutch engagement switch. When you press the clutch the pedal arm hits a switch and signals the motor to be able to start. Look and see if you have a little rubber piece pushed through a hole on the clutch pedal arm
YOUR problem is you have water in the engine as that is the only thing you can get apart from brake fluid that can cause white smoke OR steam out the exhaust or white steam out of the breather so check the dip stick it should have water beeds on with the oil or if you take off the filler cap it will have white oil on it,, so then drain sump and fit new filter and refill with 20W 50 and away you go..Have a goodday Ron