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My 2000 dodge intrepid had a slight knock in the engine, and I'm getting a lot of white smoke from the tail pipe, what could be causing this problem?

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CHECK THE OIL DIP STICK AND SEE IF IT LOOKS LIKE CHOCOLATE MILK IF SO THEN THE NOISE WOULD BE A BAD ROD BEARING THE WHITE SMOKE IS COOLANT GETTING IS A CYLINDER AND IT BURNING IT IFTHE OIL LOOKS LIKE MILK THAT IS FROM THE COOLANT IN THE OIL FROM THE HEAD GASKET DONT TRY TO FIX THAT MOTOR FIND ANOTHER ONE

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