That'll be your coolant, and there could be a number of things causing it... a blown head gasket will do it... a coolant leak where the coolant leaks onto a hot engine block will do it... a faulty radiator cap which opens too easily can cause this.... excess coolant causing the system to overpressurize and have to relive frequently will, as well.
Probably a coolant leak. Have it checked soon!
it is for letting steam and other stuff out from the hood of the car and wen you turn on the car if you look closely you can see smoke and steam coming out
your fan does not come on unless your car gets hot.if you lift your hood when you start your car the fan will not be running .but when your car gets to hot it will come on.or you may have a short in it.....check out
it could be your valves or your engine
The steam could be coolant from a bad heater core.
I have no idea what would cause a car to overheat emitting dense steam. When a car overheats, the first thing I check is the thermostat. When a car emits steam, I look for the place where the steam is coming from. I usually think two different problems are happening at the same time.
Sparks under the hood of a car are caused by shorts in the electrical system. A broken wire or loose connection is usually the culprit.
the steam train came before the car
No, the hood is ON the car, not in it.
white smoke can be either your car overheating, or smoke from an electrical issue
That could be a variety of things - could be overheated (radiator) could have blown a gasket (oil) could have a hose that is off or loose. Best to get it checked.
could be steam from a leak caused by the accident in the coolant system or smoke from a transmission cooler leak they are both up in the front of the car.