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White smoke from tailpipe after engine is hot only occurs when stopped for short time this is a 3.o litre engine in a 1994 plymouth voyager

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    is the engine using oil? does it overheat?

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This is probably caused by the seals in the engine going bad, including the gaskets. Excessive smoke means your engine is burning oil, the fact it is whit means it is not mixing with the water so it is more than likely not your head gasket. Your local auto store should sell an oil additive that will stop it from smoking. I recommend Lucas oil products.

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Blown head gasket, you can add some aluma seal to your radiator some times this helps, never open radiator cap when engine is hot.

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