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Have audi tt, 02 reg, started billowing smoke from exhaust, had turbo replaced 1day later problem returned only worse

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    Ot Tap Oct 07, 2010

    What color is smoke?

  • chris davies Oct 08, 2010

    white

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That is steam a sigh of a blown or leaking head gasket. For a quick fix can try a gasket sealer you put in the radiator. I do n ot like to do this , but money can be tight may get you by till you can have it fixed. Sorry for your troubles.

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