I have pulled the spark plugs holes in cyl head there is no silver shining it's all black so I don't think it's the head gasket. However I did notice that there is oil dripping from the bottom of the turbo. I have a small amount of water in the oil. I think I may be dealing with two different problems. Any input would be very much appreciated. It's a 1999 93 2.0 turbo engine. Just rebuilt the engine and installed it, and these problems occurred.
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white smoke from the exhaust and overheating would almost certainly mean a blown head gasket. the head gasket has gone between a cylinder and a cooling channel so exhaust gasses can get in to the cooling system resulting in the boiling and water from the cooling system is getting into the cylinder resulting in the white smoke (actually steam) from the exhaust. the exhaust manifold is a separate issue that can be replaced when the head gasket is repaired.
Hi: What Color is the Oil coming out of your Tail Pipe? I'm Assuming its Motor oil and not Transmission Oil.Since you found white looking substance in your oil It sounds like you have a Blown Head Gasket or both.And could be a Crank Block or Head ,Pull your Spark Plugs out, And Have someone Crank engine over and see if you are getting that white Substance Which i assume is Motor Oil.If you are getting ANY out of ANY Spark Plug hole then Is fair To Say you have a Blown Or Cracked Head Gasket.THERES only 1 Other Alternative On Older Vehicles than Yours is ,They Had what was Called a Vacum Modulator That Attached to the Auto Transmission, I worked off of Vacum From The Intake Manifold,And if the Diafram in It went Bad it would **** Transmission Fluid up Through the Intake Manifold and Burn It through your Intake and would come out tail Pipe as a WHITE SMOKE,But it normally would not be in the Enging Oil Or Radiator.So i Would 1st Check the 1st Advise i have Given You.Pull The Spark Plugs. Hope This Helps.Please REply by Voting if this Helped Youat All,Thanks From the WYOCWBOY
Check for possible water in oil, also remove radiator cap and start engine does water want to pump out of radiator, is there white smoke coming out of tail pipe, if yes to any of those blown head gasket, if not sure yet remove spark plugs crank engine over is there any coolant coming out of spark plug holes, if yes blown head gasket, and last have a block test any repair shop can do this.Good luck
black smoke is usually fuel...white is usually coolant...you may have a warped cylinder head or some other mechanical problem. do a compression test. If you disable the #2 injector does smoke continue? if it does, it's not fuel. When you remove #2 spark plug, is it wet? if so what's on it?
There are two differnt reasons for black and white smoke coming from the tail pipe.
Black smoke means fuel runs rich (car getting to much gas). Check fuel pressure/air filter.
In some cases the white smoke means car is burning oil or transmittion fluid. Have tem checked/replaced.
If you can feel a smelly smoke it can be catalytic converter.
In a worsest scenario if car blowing white smoke it can be engine coolant is getting into an engine cylinder from a bad head gasket ,or a warped/cracked head. So you need to keep your eye on coolant level and check your engine for overheat. Also might be good to check your oil for traces of coolant (on a dipstick it would be a milky substance mixture of oil and coolant).
On the side of te head above the # 3 spark plug check to see if ou have a frost lug there in the head, Also check if there are any heater hoses in this area to be sure that they are not spraying antifreeze from a pin hole. Before you go and buy a new or used head be sure that the head is the actual problem, it could be as simple as a head gasket. Also check to see if you have white smoke coming out of your exhaust as this is a tell tail sign of a head gasket.