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If the black smoke is discharged from the tailpipe then the engine is running too rich and the engine needs a tune up.
If white smoke is discharged from the tail pipe especially when driving off at the stop lights then either the valve guides or the piston rings are worn then the engine needs these parts replaced and you need a mechanic to fix the engine. I suggest you get a quote first.

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