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99Buick overheated wont start added water it blew white smoke out exhaust and stunk like rotten eggs

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You have coolant getting into the cylinders, most likely the head gasket has failed. I would recommend you avaid using the car until it gets fixed.

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The loss of compression due to the gasket leak on one or more cylinders would account for the loss of power as well.

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