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I have a 2000 Chrysler Concorde and when i talk off from being stoped for a little bit it blows out it big cloud of white smoke then its gone right away... what could it be??

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White smoke is possibly coolant from a bad head gasket or possibly intake gasket,depending on engine design.

When you say big cloud,I assume the vehicle is warmed up all the way and this happens a lot.

You should check to see if you have coolant in the recovery bottle under the hood,if not or it blows bubbles into it,I wouldn't use the vehicle, even to go around the corner.

It most likely needs to be torn down and repaired, after some initial tests are done.

Posted on Aug 06, 2010

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