Question about Mercury Cars & Trucks
First, is it white smoke? if so, you probably have a blown head gasket. take your oil cap off and look at it. does it look normal or does it look milky. if it is milky inside, then I am sorry, looks like a major repair and I wouldn't drive it. also look in your radiator and see if there is oil in it. if so... same problem. if it is black smoke, then you are burning oil or transmission fluid. either way, you need to take it to the shop..
Posted on Nov 03, 2012
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