Question about 1991 Dodge Dakota
I am getting smoke coming through my air vents. I don't know if it is coolant or just motor oil. To "trouble shoot," I replaced the exhaust system, as I thought it was exhaust. The problem still occurred so I got the oil changed, Put a quart of oil stop leak in and still smoke pouring through. A day ago I had the radiator flushed and checked for coolant leaks. We found not evidence of a coolant leak. Perhaps, I have a leak coming from the seals or the head gasket that is leaking on the block?
Heater core must be leaking. Turn it on defrost and see if the windshield fogs up.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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