Question about 1995 Honda Passport
If the smoke is white... hold off you have coolant leak in to a cylinder or two which you'll need to correct ASAP. DO not run in this way or the coolant (water) flashes to steam which will cut and pit the cylinders and head. If it is blue smoke it may be several thing (assuming correct bore/piston size. The cylinders were not honed properly, rings improperly installed (were oil seals replaced on the valve guildes in the head?) Either way it would appear something is not mechanically correct and you'll need to get back in to the engine.
Good luck with it and I hope this may have given you some direction,
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
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