white smoke coming out tale pipe

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Asked by May 09, 2013 at 10:30 PM about the 1995 Ford Probe SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Car has smoke coming out the tailpipe when ideling and when I step on the gas. Not a lot
and it has a burn smell. What could be wrong with it?

6 Answers

25,395

Have you checked your oil and coolant levels to see if they have dropped any?

blown head gasket

175

I checked the levels yesterday and they where okay. And as far as blown head gasket someone told me its not that going on.

25,395

Your buring either coolant or oil i would say. Keep an eye on the levels. You may have a piston ring issue letting the motor burn more oil than normal

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95

Allot of the answers could be correct but.......if this hapoens in an area that is cool in the morning, you might be burning off condensation, if this is constant or continuous, could be a blown head gasket.

95

Headgasket replacement.......900.00-2000 dollars

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