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The engine is running with a very rich fuel mixture. The engine needs a tune up to adjust the air fuel mixture..

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If my head is blown will my car still try too turn over


yes
water in cylinders may prevent the cylinders from igniting the fuel
the starter motor will try to crank the engine over

yes
could have exhaust vapor build up in cooling system and then blow the hoses off the radiator

Yes
Could have water leaking into one cylinder and then getting heated in cylinder and being exhausted as steam out exhaust pipe. losing water over time . over heating engine eventually.

Could have a cracked head or warped head also if engine was over heated.

A compression test will confirm if blown head gasket.

Jul 08, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Overheating exaust system 1997 dodge dakota has caused exhaust pipe failure 3 times in past 60 days. Mechanic said unburnt fuel is burning inside pipe and causing failure. True?


I suspect that it is over fuelling and the cat converter is blocking the exhaust
check ignition timing as it is probably too far retarded which causes later spark in relation to the valve timing position where the exhaust valve is opening allowing burning fuel into the exhaust manifold,

Apr 10, 2015 | 1997 Dodge Dakota

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I changed the turbo now white smoke coming out of my exhaust


This seems to be a symptom of a blown head gasket.
White exhaust smoke is an indication of water / coolant in the exhaust. The car running sluggish and using lots of fuel can be caused by compression loss.

Look at the coolant level color and smell (with cold engine - don't open the high pressure reservoir with engine hot as hot coolant may spray you in the face). If you have a blown gasket, the coolant color may become brownish and it may smell bad or the level will get lower even if you have just refilled the cooling system.

What you can also check for is bubbles in the reservoir. With engine cold, remove the reservoir cap. Start the engine. Try to rev the engine (or have someone do it) and observe if there are bubbles in the reservoir tank. If you see lots of bubbles, you have a blown gasket.

Dec 05, 2013 | 2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue

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White smoke from exhaust


The white smoke you are seeing is steam. From your description, sounds like you have coolent seeping into the combustion chamber, mixing with your fuel/air, and exiting out through your exhaust as steam. 1, blown head gasket. 2. cracked head or block, 3, warped head due to overheating. Most common is #1.

Dec 05, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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My 98 vt commodore has a vibration coming from the exhaust, idles low, has white spark plugs, sounds like its sorta missing, a fumey smell and a lil white smoke coming from exhaust. i have replaced oi


check the compression in all cellenders you might have a blown head gasket, burning smell might be the gas in blown cillender not igniting

Feb 12, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Problems staring will idle only. When accelerator depressed engine cuts out blue smoke from exhaust


It sounds like you have a blown cylinder head gasket, have it checked for that 1st.

Oct 30, 2017 | Toyota 4Runner Cars & Trucks

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Why do my car missfire


All possible causes
1. Wiring
2. Bad plugs/Coils/wires
3. clogged/leaky fuel injectors
4. Rich/Lean fuel mixture
5. Poor fuel pressure from fuel pump
6. Weak cylinder compression
7. Vaccum leak(s)
8. Faulty sensors (MAF, IATS, ISCA/M, O2 sensor(s), etc.)
9. Contaminated Fuel (gas)
10. Leaking intake/exhaust valves
11. Stuck intake/exhaust valves
12. Out of Time (valve timing)
13. Defective Engine Control Unit (ECU)
14. Blown Head Gasket
15. and the list goes on and on and on

Jun 30, 2011 | Hyundai Elantra Cars & Trucks

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Smoke from exhaust


White smoke is from water in exhaust, usually a blown head gasket

Blue smoke is oil in exhaust, usually rings, valve seal or valve guide wear

Black smoke is a rich fuel condition.

Oct 12, 2010 | Mitsubishi Galant Cars & Trucks

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