White smoke comes from my engine. If I take off the oil cap smoke comes out, it does not come out of the exhaust. It does not seem to be burning oil. i recently had the radiator and gas pump replaced. If anybody can help that would be awesome, I feel like I have entered a money pit.
white smoke from engine on 1998 Ford Explorer
by Visitor in Jacksonville, FL on April 13, 2010
ANSWER by Visitor on August 08, 2010
That you did. Um smoke out of the oil cap means you have blown piston rings this is called blow-by
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