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What is causing my truck to smoke from the pipes(grey smoke)

(1990 Dodge Dakota)
in Selma, NC on April 02, 2015
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on April 02, 2015
How many miles on your vehicle,IF high mileage it could be worn rings,worn valves/Valve guides or other worn engine parts.Could be fuel/air mixture out of wack.
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on April 15, 2015
typically when its grey means coolant is mixing in with fuel, not all time, have u been using any fuel additives or done any aftermarket upgrades, wat engine is in it n how many miles
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