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1992 Honda accord smoking

My car will start to smoke after driving for awhile. I noticed it coming from the oil pan area. I am wondering if it is a gasket. Am I able to drive it about 300 miles to meet my father who is a mechanic? It's been doing this awhile and hasn't had much of a problem. But recently it has really started to smoke a lot and is coming into the vents when I am at a stop light or am finished driving.

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  • threemorrill Mar 10, 2009

    Thank you! Will do!

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Yes,it a gasket. stop every now and then,keep eye on oil gauge.take a gallon of oil with you ,and dont overfill,a liter at a time .good luck

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  • baljit grewal Mar 10, 2009

    if coming through vents keep windows down about 1 inch.like i said windows not window.

  • baljit grewal Mar 14, 2009

    good luck safe driving

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