I have a 1992 buick lasabre and it has whits smoke coming out my exhaust I just bought it from somebody and when I was driving it home it had a lot of white smoke coming frome the pipe then when I stopped at a stop light it cut off I had to turn it back on and hit the gas. When I got home it didn't start then when I tried to start it again the next day it wouldn't start do anyone know what it can be ? Somebody please help out

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Asked by May 17, 2014 at 02:29 AM about the 1992 Buick LeSabre

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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probably has a blown head gasket- at least bad rings in the engine- you just bought a big, expensive door stop-

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Thanks dude do you know how much it probably will cost me?

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What you are burning is antifreeze,that's what gives you the white exhaust,blue smoke is oil.It could be head gasket or intake manifold gasket.Not cheap to fix.

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