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White smoke coming from tailpipe
2003 Nissan Altima

White smoke coming from tailpipe

(2003 Nissan Altima)
Took my car into the repair shop the mechanic stated blown head gasket . Replaced mother and motor mounts . Picked up car when work was completed . Check engine light was still on . The mechanic stated he forgot to re set it . Once reset I left the shop . Engine light came back on . Took it back and he reset it again only to have the light come back on. Took it back and mechanic stated the RPMs were to high . So I left the car and he told me it was the PVC valve was no good . So I told him to replace it . When I went to the shop I noticed he had taken the valve cover off and could and such . Once completed I picked up car and there was no engine light on so driving it threw the same day a huge amount of shit smoke started to come out the tailpipe so I checked the oil in the car and it was completely empty , didn't even register having oil on the dipstick . Took it back to the mechanic and he tried to blame me for this . Then he put engine oil in and told me it was fine , still smoking
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on October 06, 2019

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The only recommendation we can make is have another give you a second opinion.

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