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Head gasket may be leaking, water may be laeking to the engine or oil to water, a lot of white smoke is comin out of muffler

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Engine out job to do the head gasket on this model if iam right ??

Posted on Nov 10, 2010

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Leaks are most common at hose connections, within the heater core, the radiator, or at the water pump. The water pump has a drain hole under the shaft that allows water to leak out when the bearing is getting bad. This is supposed to tell you to replace the pump. Unfortunately, many drivers fail to regularly inspect the engine compartment, and even when they do, often the coolant evaporated on the engine block leaving little or no residue to allow for detection. Seepage at hose connections can have the same results. The heater core leaking often runs out the firewall with the condensate from the A/C unit, so it is often missed. If you have no milky oil, then the head gasket isn't blown into the oil gallery. But you can have a head gasket blow directly into the cylinder(s) themselves. This will cause a white smoke from the tailpipe when running. Do not confuse this with the white smoke that comes with a early morning startup. This smoke is due to moisture that builds up in the muffler and is normal, but will stop after a few minutes. If the engine produces white smoke during normal driving under acceleration, then have it checked. You may be able to detect a slight smell of antifreeze from the tailpipe in this condition.

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no car that is burning white smoke is burning water check your oil see if on the dip stick it looks like cholet milk if so then the head gasket is bad on it. you can have oil frained and the head gasket replaced you shouldnt need to replace the engine.

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