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New smoke detector, new batteries, red light flashing is that normal


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Hi I got a Toyota corolla 160i gle and it was parked very long so wen i started it wen ideling no smoke BT wen hit da fuel it smokes and on take off BT wen driving it does nt smoke


Generally, it may smoke on startup for a few seconds then quit and seem to run fine, then you hit the gas and it smokes again, so Is it white smoke gray smoke or blue smoke? Because IMO it's either a bad head gasket, bad valve guides, rings are going bad ot dumping to much fuel into carb or injectors.

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I replace a ignitor on my stove to a new one but it smoke why


Not Enough Information. If an electrical box smokes obviously that means the electronics are severely damaged. We stock dozens of ignition assemblies and they do not smoke. Are you referring to the grill smoking? An electrical box cannot smoke unless it is fried or is on fire. If the stove is smoking you need to clean it and/or burn it off. smoke is caused by grease.

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Car wouldn't start, but when it did it was smoking


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Black smoke indicated too much fuel, and the engine may be "flooded", indicating a less expensidve fix.
Grey smoke indicates oil smoke from worn rings or worn valve stem seals.
The white smoke says you should have someone look at this really quickly to see if immediate attention is needed.
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Why does my honda accord smoke reel bad


This is either worn valve stem seals or worn out oil rings. Have someone follow you if the car smokes more as you release the throttle on deceleration it is most likely valve stem seal if it smokes more on acceleration it is worn oil piston rings. If the smoke is white you have a blown head gasket blue smoke means burning oil, black smoke means too rich (to much gas reaching motor)

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I put no-smoke in my crankcase to help with occasional exhaust smoke. When I cranked it after adding it smoked white smoke really bad. Can this be normal?


Unfortunately, with using that product, yes, it is normal... That stuff is not good for any vehicle... What kind of car do you have? Has it had problems with smoking? Black or white smoke? Does the smoke have an odor?

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My 1994 Ford Thunderbird now smokes when I start it - no noises in the engine, but smokes like crazy. Check engine light is one now?


state what color the smoke is. White smoke is antifreeze. Gray smoke is fuel, and black smoke is oil. Also have the computer scanned so you know why the light is on.

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