i have a 89 acura legend an it blows white smoke what is it

Asked by Jan 19, 2016 at 03:42 PM about the Acura Legend

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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345

It's a probably a bad head gasket allowing antifreeze to blow by. It is probably in your oil too. Possible intake gasket....not sure if that could be on your car. I don't work on them much.

345

Check to see if your oil is overfull and kinda milky looking.

I have done replace the gasket What else could it be

345

On one of my cars, a few years back, the head gaskets were bad and the heads had cracked allowing antifreeze to blow out the exhaust and into oil. I replaced the engine as it had 120,000 on it already

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If you replaced the gasket and it still blows white smoke? Either the gasket job wasn't done correctly, or you have a warped or cracked engine head. Did you drain the oil and do an oil change after the work?

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