Question about 2000 Dodge Durango
Posted by Anonymous on
White smoke is usually indicative of a blown head gasket. Usually if you have blue smoke it's oil......If you have white smoke and possibly a "sweet" smell to it, that's normally coolant.
If it's coming out of your vents then I'd say you need new gaskets now. What's happened is the gasket blew out so bad that the smoke made it's way through the vent system, it's also coming from under your hood I bet giving my past experience with this.
Definitely new head gaskets to fix this though.
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