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Ok i have a 98 chrysler sebring convert with over 200k on it its overheating with no visable leakage and no white smoke coming out the tail pipe

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Did you change the thermostat and if yes was it installed properly,

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Smoke coming from engine


Where is the white smoke coming from? Under hood? Out tail pipe? If excessive white smoke from tail pipe, suspect a head gasket failure which in turn will fill the cooling system with exhaust pressure forcing the coolant to come out of the reservoir and resulting in an overheating problem

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If car has hole in over drive will it cause smoke come from tailpipe?


Besides being a poorly worded question...
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White smoke from the tail pipe could be a blown head gasket as coolant enters your cylinders and is exhausted.

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My 2004 Chrysler Sebring just started overheating. I started to notice I wasn't getting any heat, not sure if the two are connected. Then the gauge needle starts to adjust from middle to extremely hot. ...


first make sure you don't have white smoke coming out of tail pipe then check the radiator if it is cold after warmed up then you could go to the two main hose coming from the radiator be careful one could be hot follow the cold one ie water pump thermostat head gasket are as easy as a radiator cap good luck

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I have had head gasket replaced in my 2007 Pontiac Solstice but I still have white smoke coming out of my tail pipe; What can be wrong???


Still have coolant leaving the exhaust,
means the problem wasn't diagnosed &
repaired properly


Not too many choices there

Head Gasket,intake,cracked head

Sounds like the head gasket wasn't
the only issue,something was missed
during the last reapair

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My 98 firebird tail pipe blows white smoke and water out the tail pipe then as i let it sit for 30 minutes the engine gets hotter then gas like smile and heavier smoke come out the tail pipe it also s


One of the main causes of white exhaust smoke and coolant loss is a cracked or warped cylinder head, a cracked engine block, or head gasket failure caused by overheating. A cracked head may allow coolant to leak into one or more cylinders or into the combustion chamber of the engine. Dirty coolant, a poorly maintained cooling system, a low coolant level, or a non-functioning cooling fan can cause engine overheating. In addition, engine wear can eventually cause the gaskets to lose their capacity to seal properly allowing internal coolant loss. Intake manifold gasket and head gasket failures are two of the most common sources of internal coolant loss caused by engine wear.


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HELLO I HAVE A 98 CHEVY MALIBU N IT HAS AROUND 200K ON IT. I KNOW THE CAR HAD ALOT OF MILES BUT IT HAS A BURNT SMELL COMMING OUT THE TAIL PIPE. IT DOESNT SMOKE AT ALL JUST CURIOUS AS TO WHAT IS CAUSING IT


this smell from tail pipe may be burning coolant, does it smell sweet, if so have head gasket checked. when a car has problems with something from tail pipe. it is usually the head gasket that is bad.

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2002 PT Cruiser LE (no Turbo) Overheating. (Fan not coming on when needed). There is no white smoke, car has never overheated to the boiling point, no visable leakage We have replaced : 1. Radiator Fan...


There is no machine for this,however a VERY skilled auto electric shop might be able to help.They really have to have a Gift with car wiring to fix your problem,it can be FIXED,find the right shop in your area.I will try and think this through to help you,this is what I used to do,It's not a book problem it is experience that will fix your car. I do have a question? How does your car run without the AC on?

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usaually white smoke means you're burning too much oil.

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Smoke is coming out from under my hood...checked antifreeze and oil so it fine


white smoke usualy tells about a leakage in the cooling. check that. dont forgett to refill. get it repaired or DIY. attention: could be really hot.

if it smells like fuel, a fuel line is broken. then dont drive any more since it can catch fire.

if the smoke is not white, go to the repair shop instantly.

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check your oil and see if it is milky. if it is then its the head gasket that is blown. is it smoking out of the tail pipe? or could be a faulty heater core

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