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I have had head gasket replaced in my 2007 Pontiac Solstice but I still have white smoke coming out of my tail pipe; What can be wrong???

After the car runs a while white smoke comes out of the tail pipe

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Anonymous

Still have coolant leaving the exhaust,
means the problem wasn't diagnosed &
repaired properly


Not too many choices there

Head Gasket,intake,cracked head

Sounds like the head gasket wasn't
the only issue,something was missed
during the last reapair

Posted on Apr 06, 2013

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