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Disconnect the thin plastic pipe that runs from inlet manifold or evan the vac pump through a relay to the unit thats controling the pipe from the exhaust manifold into the inlet manifold .and smoke will vanish

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You are getting oil or water in your gasoline... Could be a leaky head gasket...

Black Smoke = OIL
White Smoke =WATER

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