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Just had inframe ,but engine smokes a lot when pressing on the accerator, i put in a bottle of stop smoke from autozone but still have same problem

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No additive can fix a car. if its smoking get rid of the car. could be a bad air/petrol mix which will make it run too rich or too lean. othewise if the smoke is blue the oil rings in on the pistons are poked. if the smoke is a grey/white ull need a new head gasket. good luck.

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