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White smoke from the exhaust indicates engine coolant entering the cylinders; usually caused by a blown head gasket or a cracked head. Continuing to run the engine will allow coolant to go through the engine internals and destroy them.

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You will go to a Chevy dealer and they will know exactly what you will need. Any auto parts store expects the buyer to know what they want always it seems
Get a set of head gaskets, a intake manifold gasket kit (complete kit) and some silicone sealer, Coolant also and a thermostat & gasket

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SOURCE: renault megane 1.5 dci white smoke at cold start when get warm its ok

You likely have worn valve guides

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  2. Cylinder head gasket(s) may be bad.
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