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Why does my 1975 Jeep Cj spew white smoke from it's exhaust?

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White smoke is probably steam,which could mean a blown head gasket, cracked head or other expensive problems :( I would watch the coolant level closely, it could also just be condensation collecting in the muffler.

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White smoke is usually an indication of a leaking head gasket. You should do a compression test on each cylinder to determine the extent of the leak.

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I would like to know what makes that the Jeep smoke after rearranging the vacuum lines is it the EVAP system on HBO or the engine vacuum lines vacuum lines


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all that is covered in the SM. (how to put it back as it was new)

no clues as to what the smoke is.
or where it emits from. (tail pipe end)
white smoke or black
black is rich running.
white can be burning oil and smells like burning oil (lingers)
white can be steam,aka, antifeezes burning, goes the vapors dont linger like oil smoke does and smells sweet, unlike oil smoke.

EVAP is only FUEL vent , fumes. gas fumes.
there are lots of vacuum lines
to engine
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brake booster
the engine hood sticker covers the majors, (smog related, )

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I have a 2005 jeep liberty that has white smoke coming from the exhaust when idling and it smells like burnt firecrackers after driving it when I turn the engine off. Any ideas?


If it is the v8, the most common cause for greyish, white smoke is bad valve stem seals. True white smoke smells very sweet and is caused from coolant being buring in the combustion chamber.

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Radiator fluid starting coming out of my 97 jeep cherokee after driving home from work. The spill seemed to be coming from the middle of the engine compartment, and when I popped the hood, the fluid was...


I would follow the big rad hose at the top to the thermostat and see if the water is comming from there you might also want to check you oil for water/coolant, white pillows of smoke comming out of the exhaust pipe as well the smell of exhaust comming from rad ( those are some signs of a blowen head gasket )

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White smoke is a sign of coolant being burned in the exhaust.

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Is your coolant level dropping w/ no apparent leaks? White smoke from the exhaust indicates a bad head gasket, and loss of coolant would confirm this.

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White smoke coming out of the exhaust when starting?


Hello;
Volumes of white smoke is an indication of water in the exhaust. A certain amount of vapor will be present on start up, but if it is different than what has been the norm for this vehicle then a check of the cooling system is in order.
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Dense white smoke usually means coolant is getting into the cylinders -- usually a head gasket. You're fortunate if you have dual exhausts and are only getting the white smoke from driver's side. You know which head gasket to check/change. Unless the leak is minor, you can usually determine which cylinders are affected by doing a compression check.

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