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It can be the up stream oxygen sensor most likely also check the fuel regulator and engine temp sensor
Posted on Dec 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Sep 17, 2009
if the white smoke is in the morning,only then it is valve seals and if it is through out the day as your driving the vehicle then the engine need over houling,(rings metal and main bearing in the engine need to be relace,including valve seal , top gasket,botom gasket and oil seal for proper perfomance.
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
SOURCE: Rough idle until warm 22r
if it is a carburated engine it is probably the a.a.p. diaphragm in the carb. if you remove the air cleaner and look on the side of the carb that is towards the valve cover near the front yow will see a vacuum hose going to a cover that is fastened with 3 screws. if you pull the vacuum line off you will see that there is probably fuel being sucked into the line due to the leaking diaphragm. the vacuum source is temp controlled and cuts off when warm. but when cold sucks fuel directly into the intake. remove the 3 screws to replace the diaphragm, being carefull of the spring. good luck!
Posted on Dec 18, 2008
sounds like your catalitic converter is becoming plugged with oil resadue and it will start to loose power in the near future. the smell you smell is the cat. getting hot.
Posted on Jan 03, 2010
Blue smoke means it's burning oil, and white smoke means there's water in the exhaust.
Added together, you may have a blown head gasket. Although it's an expensive fault, leaving it in the hope of improvement (it will not fix itself and there is no quick fix alternative) will just add more cost to an expensive repair.
I sincerely hope that I'm wrong, but you need to get the vehicle to a garage that you trust asap and get them to do a quick cheap "sniff test" on the engine coolant. It's also possible that your engine's turbocharger has failed; this possibility is stronger if you've stretched the oil or filter changes, used incorrect oil or poor quality filters, or if you have turned the engine off immediately after a hard run (all turbocharged engines should be left to idle for around a minute before turning off after either a long high speed run, a steep hill under load or when towing a heavy trailer). A failed turbocharger is also expensive but there's less labour involved.
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Posted on Mar 04, 2010
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