i have a 93 dodge stealth it overheated i replace the radiator and the thermostad is runing good i notice when idleling a lot of white smoke it smokes after i cut it off

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Asked by Nov 16, 2014 at 12:00 AM about the 1994 Dodge Stealth 2 Dr STD Hatchback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Sounds like the motor has been over heated and warped a head / blown the head gasket. Have you your oil for water/coolant? You can inspect the oil for a milky color or coolant mixed with the oil.

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the oil is not milky and the coolant is ok you think i can add some block sealer or what do you recomend

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After doing some reading I found that it could be the valve stem seals. Here a link that might help: http://www.3si.org/forum/f12/white-smoke-coming-out-exhaust-524048/

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how much does it cost to get the valve stem seals replace on a 93 dodge stealth

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Im not sure what a mechanic would charge for this, but you would still need to get it checked out to make sure thats the problem.

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93 dodge stealth it over heated on me change the radiator and thermostad and cooling sensor it has a mist and is blowing white smoke it smells like antifreese i cant afford to fix it there was a product on the internet called steel seal for about 100.00 dollars have you used this product or a similar one before

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head gasket

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