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I just put main beariins in my b7100. now it will not start. a little white smoke comes out but not much

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Sad to say, you may have not put the oil seals back in properly. Did you coat he new seals with oil first and "seat" them? Sounds like the seals are leaking. White smoke; however, is the tell-tale sign of a head gasket failure. Run your car and see if water drips from the exhaust pipe. There is an inexpensive dye test that you can buy at any larger auto parts store to assist with confirming a failed head gasket. The most common reasons for failing head gaskets after rebuilds is not using new studs and bolts and/or not torquing the bolts to the proper torque in the correct order to assure they go on with even tension. Head studs and camshaft bolts are only intended to be used one time to assure proper torque.

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