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My Ford Focus 2006 2.0LTDCI start up but died in 2-3 sec and did not ref up when started. When accelerator are pushed down it smoke a white smoke without reffing up.The car was standing for 10 min.

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White smoke is usually water in the block and can be caused by a blown head gasket.

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