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I HAVE A 1992 FORD F250, THE VEHICLE SMOKES WHEN IT WARMS UP, NOT LOOSING COOLANT AND MY OLD IS CLEAN? DO I HAVE A BLOWN HEAD?

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If the fumes are blue then oil is seeping into the fuel which means your cylinder heads are worn and need to be replaced

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If this smoke last for a long time or get worst as this vehicle get warmed up or when vehicle is hot. YOU HAVE A BAD HEAD GASKET TO SAY THE LEAST or may be blown/craked head. Check oil and coolant for mixture with a bad gasket oil and antifreeze should be mixing depending on how long its been since this happen. Check under oil cap for creamish white residue that a sure tell tale sign. Check for fan running constantly or vehicle over heating. Good luck contact if you need more help and thanks for using FIX YA.

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