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White smoke coming from a/c vents, with an acridic smell, the car immidiatley died. and won't restart, how do I get it to restart?

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Sounds like the head gasket blew and exhaust is entering the cooling system and exiting threw the heater core. Does the radiator smell the same? If the coolant is low and the smell is in there as well you have lost your head gasket.

Posted on Aug 25, 2010

  • sk8riot Aug 25, 2010

    its electrical for sure, and coolant level is fine,

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