my 2002 camry shoots out a 1time small amount of smoke when you start it after it has been sitting

Asked by Feb 06, 2009 at 09:26 AM about the 2002 Toyota Camry LE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

some time smoke clear and little amount after sitting for a long period of time. is this my fuel injection or is this a normal reaction.  A friend noticed the smoke when i started the car.  I just purchased this used camry.  Should i be alarmed for a lemon law act.?  please reply i received this vehicle 2 wks ago.
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1) In most states lemon law only covers NEW vehicle purchases. 2) What color is the smoke, if it's white it's likely just a bit of moisture being burnt, if it's blue it's likely a bit of oil, if it's black it's a little bit of gas, if it's white and smells sweet it's a little bit of coolant, if it's orange I have no clue. In other words be more descriptive. Smoke after you started the car? For how long? Till it got warm? What color? Did it have a scent? Did the car struggle to run at all? Did it run rough?

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