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Engine burning smoke from underside, temperature gauge going up hyundai accent 1997

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Smoke could be caused by a leak from head gaskets, replace head gasket, k. Temperature increase could be caused by a defective thermostat or a slightly plugged radiator. Clean radiator and thermostat.

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