Question about 1993 Saturn SC1
Check your oil level. What you are seeing is likely the signs of an oil leak showing up in the form of white smoke. If you stand by the exhaust pipe and get a small whiff of it, it will smell a bit like oil. Otherwise, in this cold weather it is just the normal steam from the head of the exhaust which will go away when the outside air and exhaust reach a happy medium.
If you have weak piston rings and oil is getting past them, that could be the cause of your oil leak.
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
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