White smoke will come out of a vehicle's exhaust system when the engine is cold. This is because of condensation build up in the engine and exhaust. The white smoke should go away after several minutes of idling. If you engine is always blowing white smoke, regardless of temperature, then it might be burning oil. Check the levels of your engine oil and your Transmission Fluid (if you have an automatic) and have the engine compression checked for blow-by.
is this a diesel truck?does this engine have a turbo?if it is a diesel with a turbo,it will blow white smoke when cold till it warms upif it continues to blow smoke check your air filterother reason if it continues to blow smoke is the turbo is about to crater get it checkedalso check engine oil for coolant lossif coolant is leaking into cylanders,this will cause white smoke
a blow piston or a head gasket in your engine
If it is blowing white smoke out of the exhaust tailpipe when the engine is at operating temperature, engine coolant is getting into an engine cylinder from a bad head gasket or some other problem
white smoke is water. head gasket or ?
Blown head gasket will do it check your coolant for oil in it and your engine oil for coolant it it...
usually a blown head gasket (most all the time white smoke on a a diesel engine means antifreeze in the combustion chamber)
White smoke = Coolant leak, head gasket is the likely culprit. Blue smoke = Engine burning oil. Black smoke = Engine running too rich, wasting fuel.
have a mechanic check your turbo.most will tell u that a turbo blows black smoke but can aslso blow white smoke when turbo is malfunctioning
Thick white smoke is caused when coolant gets into a cylinder and from there into the exhaust. It is a sign that if it is not fixed real soon, you will blow or burn up your engine.
Engine coolant leaking into cylinder. Possible bad head gasket.
White smoke that smells sweet, from the tailpipe is a sign of coolant entering the combustion chamber. You possibly have a blown head gasaket or a cracked head. Very Serious!!! Stop driving the vehicle until you have this looked into, or you will destroy this engine.
You have a blown head gasket sorry to say. The white smoke is water getting into the combustion chamber and the reason the engine vibrates is the chamber that is getting the water is not firing thus causing the shaking.