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Sounds as though you have water in the oil. The white smoke is the steam. Check your oil by taking the dip stick out and if it looks like mayonnaise then your head gasket will need replacing. Once the head is off the engine block, there is no way safely to say how much work will be needed on the cylinder head. If the head gasket has blown then you will need to fit a new timing belt also.

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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SOURCE: 1999 Ford F 350 7.3 blowing white smoke

Check the EGR and the fuel pressure regulator.These are very common culprits.

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if its diesel, attach a tube to pipe leading into primer pump.[black bulb ]. attach a pump . and tube from outlet of pump to container pump out diesel till empty. if petrol locate pipe feed from tank and connect to it same as earlier

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SOURCE: I have white smoke coming from the tailpipe, loss

One of the head gaskets is blown allowing coolant into the combustion chamber causing the white smoke and low coolant. Also allows oil into the coolant and coolant into the oil.

Get it fixed before you ruin the motor. It is expensive to get fixed, but cheaper than a new engine

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