Question about 2001 Mazda 626
It sounds like two different problems. White smoke is indicative of water in the fuel. If it was oil burning the smoke would be blue.
The oil may be leaking out. Is there evidence of oil leakage on the road when you park? Check the engine for for oil leaks.
There are additives available at auto parts stores that deal with water in the fuel supply.
Please feel free to contact me. More details will be needed to get to the source of the oil problem
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
Did you check you cooling? The white smoke is from water, but I do not think that much water is in the fuel line.
If you lost cooling water then your head gasket is leaking, water goes into the cylinder(s)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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