2005 Honda Accord V6 White Smoke

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Asked by Apr 18, 2015 at 09:09 PM about the Honda Accord Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2005 Honda Accord V6. Like a month ago took my car to a dealer for the oil
change. Everything was fine but after driving 3 weeks I decide to check the oil level
and I noticed that they put too much oil (like an inch over the dipstick upper lvl mark).
So, next day in the morning (with a cold engine) I removed the extra oil till the oil mark
was on the upper dipstick mark. I took out like a quarter of gallon of oil. And after
turning on the engine I had a white smoke coming out from the tail pipe. I ran the car
like 10 min-15 min and smoke did not stop... Anybody knows the possible reason of
this? Was no smoke before removing the extra oil.

2 Answers

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To remove an extra oil I used a plastic tube. I insert it thru the dipstick hose all the way down to the bottom of the engine and remove the oil with a syringe. Like I said I took out like a quarter of gallon.

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drain some from the drain plug, water may be present and will be the first that comes out as its heaver than oil, if so water may be entering from someplace raising level

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