White smoke (but doesn't smell like buring?) could be a leak in the heater core. Your may need to have the core replaced.
I had this problem on my '90 S70 - except that it happened all at once - filled the car with white smoke while I was doing 70 on the freeway. Couldn't see a thing, lucky I didn't get killed. Mechanic told me that was more typical to get little bits of white smoke rather than a catastrophic failure like I had.
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air for the inside of the car comes from the vent at the base of the windscreen or is recirculated inside the car
if you see what appears to be mist, fog or smoke from the ac vents ,it is extra cold air from the ac system that is seen as fog when it hits the air in the car
you will know exhaust fumes by the smell
You have 2 faults here. Get a good local mechanic to run through a few basic tests, cylinder compression, oil in the water, water in the oil. Rough running. My guess the head gasket has gone because white smoke is usually water in the engine.
Your AC is down to a further investigation.
the fan coming on is a switch which is easly fixed ,but the white smoke is water thats for sure ,iam wondering in the ac condensate drain pipe is somehow running into the inlet air intake ---how i honestly dont know as in all truthfulness iam in spain so never seen under the bonnet of one.How its laid out and all that so you will have to have a look yourself and see if iam right