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My first guess would be that injector has failed.
Someone would need to test the resistance and operation.
Posted on Jan 09, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this indicates that you have a blown head gasket. you may not have water in the oil pan but it's because the water is not leaking into your oil galleys,but instead leaking into the cylinders and being burned hence the white smoke.. there is a big myth that you will get water in the oil with a blown head gasket . there might be trace amounts but the only time you get water in the oil is if the heads crack or the block cracks othere wise most times it's just getting burnt in the cylinders,hence the great amount of white smoke. please rate this thanks.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
you may have dirty injectors, and the fuel tank additive wont fix it, you need to have a professional pressurized injection cleaning and possibily an intake plenum and throttle body cleaning, if you are not qualified save your self the headaches and take to a reputable shop you trust and have it done professionally.... should curue the problem... also invest in a new fuel filter install...
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
Need a little more info to fixya.
Have you checked the MAP, O2, Coolant temp sensors (as well as all the rest) and the wires running to them?
Have you tried unplugging the sensors one at a time and seeing if that changes things?
Have you checked the conditions of the vacuum lines?
Lastly have you scanned the compute for codes?
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
SOURCE: gas smell in exhaust
you have either a blown head gasket or cracked head. The white smoke is coolant passing through the engine and exhaust. The gas smell is from compression leaking past the gasket or head, pushing fuel vapor into the air.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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Put a long screwdriver directly on the
injector while the car is running. Hold the handle up to your ear. You
should be able to hear a rhythmic clicking sound. If you do, your injector is
good. Hearing a clunk-clunk type noise means you have found your problem. Hearing silence or unusual clicking
patterns means either the injector, wires or plunger may be bad or sticking.
You will either have to clean or replace them.
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Many a times you get black smoke from exhaust due to faulty injectors.Check fuel injectors. Leaking injectors create an overly rich air/fuel mixture and cause black smoke. Take the valve cover off and look at the exhaust part of the injector, when it is running. Each time the injector fires, you should see oil exhausting from it. If you see oil coming out, then the injector is good. When replacing a bad injector, take the glow plug out and crank the engine to get any oil out of the cylinder.----------------- This should help.Thank you.
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