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It's a 1990 Mitsubishi Trotin 4x4 dual cab ute. Recently it's started to blow white smoke and overheat now and again. What could be wrong with it? There's no water in the oil.. Thanks

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  • temperedwate Aug 20, 2010

    ** I meant Triton. Any help would be great :-)

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White smoke is bad you need new rings oil is getting buy the rings an burning

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