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Michael, the white smoke is most likely anti freeze burning in the oil mixture. The head gas gasket is blown and you have a blown ring. The engine will need to be replaced or completely rebuilt. hope this helps. Sorry to hear this happened to you.

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SOURCE: white smoke

oxygen sensor
oil leak at back of block thats spirting on hot engine block
bad oil rings in block
valves bad
head or head gasket worn and cracked check the oil if chocolate brown then this would be it
a/c preasure line busted or a/c locked up
water line busted on hot engine or small water leak
bad emmission components

these are the things i can think of off the top of my that could give this reaction in vehicle since im not there in person to see vehicle this will have to be what i think

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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SOURCE: white smoke

Hi,

Sounds typical of head gasket failure.

With this you get oil into cylinders / water into cylinders, burning oil, loosing water - but no leaks. "boiling" of radiator and overflows.

Check your coolant and oil levels - they will be low.

Get a few quotes for a head gasket replacement - and timing belt change, as it has to come off when you do this anyway & no sense putting an old one on - they often snap if retensioned.

If this solves your problem, please take a moment to rate as Fixya! thanks.

Posted on Jun 22, 2008

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