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Getting white or bluewhite smoke, appears to be coming from engine compartment but there is no water in oil or coming from tail pipe -1985 Chevy S10 2.8 litre

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  • tulsalee313 Oct 03, 2009

    Did not smell anything when I started the truck the next day - but it seemed to be losing power as I pulled into the driveway - when I parked, it smoke filled the engine compartment - the smoke appear to come from the rear of the engine on the passenger side

  • Trevor Sawyer
    Trevor Sawyer May 11, 2010

    White smoke can mean a coolant leak, electrical problems, a belt problem, or worse - and I hope not - a head/head gasket problem.

    Can you smell anything unusual? Is there a sweet smell, a smell of rubber burning, or a smell?

    If the smoke is only coming from the engine compartment and not coming out of the tail pipe, it is probably just something burning off under your hood.

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  • oneforgamble Oct 04, 2009

    the other thing i could suggest is do and engine shampoo and find were the leak is so u can determine the problem ok

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