Coolant loss no white smoke

I've noticed no wet patches. No smoke from exhaust. ... however worth checking around the hoses with a white kitchen towel, ... Looks like I'll have to add small coolant loss to the "personallity list" OP . OP. E. EJ192 Donated. Joined Nov 9, 2011 Messages 104. Jun 16, 2015 #8Stop driving the car and have it checked out immediately, white smoke is a good indication of coolant leak into the combustion chamber. Check your coolant level, oil and engine compression, if coolant drops, muddy gray oil around oil cap or bubbles on dipstick, significant compression drop on a few cylinders (normal compression is within 174-203psi) means blown head gasket or cracked cylinder ...A lot of knowledgable people. I have an 06 f550 with 48k on it. Completely stock except for snow blade and suspension air bags. Use it mostly for pullin gooseneck. I have noticed that my coolant level decreases slowly over time. I haven't noticed any coolant dripping before or after using the truck. I've added approximately 2 gallons of coolant ...Open the hood, find the fan blade (Be sure car is not started) and the where the fan connects is the water pump. Grab the fan, and move it up and down. If it moves or leaks, then the water pump ...What are the first signs of a blown head gasket? Cloud of exhaust fumes when idling, or white smoke coming from exhaust. Coolant clearly leaking onto the ground beneath the head gasket. Bubbles forming in the radiator and reservoir overflow. Oil has a milky discoloration (here on an oil filler cap).Apr 15, 2020 · The leak amount is usually just what's in the reservoir tank and that's it. There is typically a puddle centered under the engine towards the front, but no signs of it anywhere from the top. Other than that, coolant is just fine. No loss just driving normally, no white smoke from the exhaust either, and nothing in the the passenger floor area. Replaced hoses. Overheated again. Noticed that coolant had what looked like oil on radiator cap. Replaced blown hose and flushed system. Problem seemed fixed, until yet another hose blew. Sludge came back. Seems to be symptom of blown head gasket, but no white smoke from trail pipe, no overheating, no coolant loss, and no bubbles in overflow.There are no puddles, no burning smell, no white smoke, no sweet smoke, no rough idle. The only thing is thay my coolant tank is empty, filled it to cold fill last night, drove maybe 15 miles in town, tank empty this morning. Had a look at the radiator, no damage from muddling, hoses are fine, no leaks. Both the intake hose and return hose are ... Fired it up on my engine stand in my garage, and to my delight it ran great (but without coolant in it). After installing in my van, it puffed white smoke like crazy. I tore the head off and replaced the head gasket. Same thing - white smoke. I finally got a different head, and tried that, then it ran good with no problems.Here are the symptoms, and work I've performed already. Symptoms and general info: -Coolant goes missing in car. -Coolant system will not build up full pressure. Doing a pressure test shows the system hanging around 12-13 PSI. It wont hold at 16-17, just drops down to 12-13. -No leaks anywhere.Coolant loss 12-04-2013, 05:00 PM. Hello all, I'm new to the forum and to the Toyota Prado but so far I love Pradopoint for all the answers I allready got from the forum ! I'm ... no white smoke, I do not have sludge in the Oil, I seem not to have oil in the coolant, I do not seem to have oil in the transmission fluid. ...Whenever coolant loss is present at the degas bottle and no external leaks are present and possible Egr cooler is leaking. Sometimes no white smoke is present. In this situation I always pressurize the cooling system with a coolant pressure tester and leave it for a while. It will push more coolant to the leaking egr cooler.All of the other fluids were normal, no white smoke, no coolant loss, system holds pressure, and I have never had a over heating problem. Attached Thumbnails Reply Like. 08-09-2012, 09:45 AM #2 udderbrudder. Senior Member . Join Date: Nov 2010. Location: Coe Hill, ON. Posts: 533 ...36 Posts. #9 · Nov 4, 2004. Have ya checked ya heater core that can leak into the air ducts and evaporate with out a sign except for a REALLY bad smell when you use your heater. Otherwise take it to a mechanic and get it pressure tested, were good at finding leaks and charging insane amounts an hour to do it.Last weekend I noticed a small amount of white smoke when I was driving the car in the morning. I put injector cleaner through the fuel tank and filled using 98 Octane - this did make a big improvement to the car. ... I'm little concerned that the rattle, loss of coolant and white smoke is actually pointing towards a failing head gasket. I ... Jan 17, 2022 · We have a 2004 EX losing coolant after a week or so with no visible signs of a leak and no white smoke from the exhaust. The code shows cylinder 3 misfire and we can barely press the gas without losing compression at this point. The car sat at a mechanic for a few months after replacing the ignition coil for cylinder 3 and the radiator. No problems, no noticeable leaks, no coolant loss. Left car sit until tonight. I cleaned up the only coolant I still saw, puddle under intake manifold. Took car for 10 minute drive, no problems, until I was backing into the garage. Then white smoke from exhaust and under the hood, no smell this time, and a lot less smoke than last time. Sep 17, 2011 · Joined May 28, 2011. 391 Posts. #2 · Sep 18, 2011. Okay so fill up the tank and let the truck warm up to temp. then take a mirror and with the truck running hold it up to the exhaust. If it fogs up then probably a head gasket, and then also do the delete cause your already there and change the oil cooler as it is probably the cause of the EGR ... White smoke from exhaust, no coolant loss; Results 1 to 11 of 11 Thread: White smoke from exhaust, no coolant loss. Thread Tools. Show Printable Version; 02-23-2014 02:51 PM #1. avarfang. View Profile View Forum Posts View Blog Entries View Articles Active Member Two Rings. Join Date Jan 14 2010 AZ Member #Coolant Loss. Thread starter 2corollafam; Start date Mar 9, 2017; Tags 2006 coolant corolla help loss toyota toyota corolla; 2. 2corollafam New Member. Mar 9, 2017 #1. ... No external leak. No white exhaust smoke. My question is where is the coolant going? Could it really take this long to bleed the air out of the system? I hope that's all that ...Burning Coolant Smoke. If white smoke comes out of your exhaust, it might mean that you have a blown head gasket. You might also have a crack in the head or a crack in the engine block. Burning Coolant Smoke Color. If there is a black burning coolant smoke appearing, the vehicle can be burning coolant or too much fuel. This can be a cause of a ...A weak link in the Dodge Grand Caravan, Town and Country, and other models is a plastic "Y pipe" heater hose fitting that begins to leak. The coolant drips ...Thanks for the note on the bluish-white smoke. Blue smoke is usually a sign you're burning oil -- have you noticed any oil loss? White smoke could show that you're burning coolant in the combustion chamber. We don't see any coolant in your oil, so if you do have a coolant issue, the coolant is burning up and leaving through the exhaust.White smoke is caused by either water or incomplete combustion. If you smell diesel, then look for causes for incomplete combustion. have a friend with a JD 5303 going through the same issues trying to identify the cause. You may want to add some injector cleaner again. Jun 24, 2016 / Kubota L3800 power loss and white smoke #5. Nov 05, 2020 · Technical Coolant loss, white smoke mystery. Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by dhowlan, Nov 5, 2020. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > There's no white smoke once warmed up fully, no visible smoke or steam of any colour when fully warmed and the engine doesn't overheat. ... Anyway, I tightened the hose clip a bit more and did 50 miles today with no apparent coolant loss, I drove with the heater on and then discovered that the window switches are malfunctioning, that's the next ...A weak link in the Dodge Grand Caravan, Town and Country, and other models is a plastic "Y pipe" heater hose fitting that begins to leak. The coolant drips ...White smoke coming from the tailpipe. Bubbling in the radiator and coolant reservoir. Unexplained coolant loss with no leaks. Milky white coloration in the oil. Engine overheating. What happens when the head gasket goes? If the head gasket fails in such a way it allows the compressed air/fuel to escape, the compression of that cylinder is reduced.Aug 10, 2021 · Coolant loss is probably a leak as Kev mentions. it could be a head gasket, but if you have no oil mixing with coolant and the engine runs fine, it probably wont be the head gasket or cracked head, a head gasket on these cars is pretty rare as there is plenty of material between cylinders. these engines also run pretty cool, i live in the middle east and never see coolant temps past 100c. my car lose's coolant almost every 3 days. no leaks, no milky oil,no white smoke from the exhaust. When I'm driving it will feel like its gonna tur... Close. The Best in Auto Repair. Find a Shop. Questions / Acura / Integra / 1995 / coolant loss; Coolant loss. 1995 Acura Integra. Asked by Phillip109 in Chino, CA on . January 20, 2011 . my car ...First engine start of the day, backing out of garage, and light came on. The first time it happened on a late December Saturday morning, I drove to VW dealership and bought $27 gallon of coolant. Added almost exactly a quart then too. I looked for a leak under the Touareg, but nothing. No wet stains whatsoever.Common Causes of Losing Coolant (But Don't See a Leak) #1 - Head Gasket #2 - Radiator Cap #3 - Leak Onto the Engine Block Step-By-Step Troubleshooting Guide #1 - Check the Exhaust #2 - Check the Oil #3 - Check for Engine Smoke Common Causes of Losing Coolant (But Don't See a Leak) Whether you drive a Subaru or a Lexus, your car needs antifreeze.Still seeing occasional white smoke from left exhaust pipe on 1983 380SL with 80k. This happens when first started and lasts for about 3-5 minutes then stops. ... Have not noticed any overheating or loss of coolant. Could this be a broken head gasket given the symptoms? Would think if it was would lose coolant, overheat, and blow smoke all the ...One of the major reasons behind the white smoke problem is the blown head gasket. The head gasket is one of the most expensive & important components of the engine. Besides white smoke from the exhaust pipe, other symptoms of a blown head gasket are: The coolant level is extremely low due to leakage. The tank is overflowed with coolant.First engine start of the day, backing out of garage, and light came on. The first time it happened on a late December Saturday morning, I drove to VW dealership and bought $27 gallon of coolant. Added almost exactly a quart then too. I looked for a leak under the Touareg, but nothing. No wet stains whatsoever. Coolant loss on the 1.6 is more likely to be a head gasket problem. baldy1926. 2,122 posts. ... This would be seen by white smoke coming out of the exhaust but would not show in the oil as gunge.A common cause of white smoke in diesel engines is faulty injection timing. Diesel fuel injectors are highly sensitive components, so contaminants like dust or rust particles will clog up the spray tip. These contaminants may also prevent the injector from closing. These can alter the spray pattern and/or timing of the injector, creating an ...Jan 17, 2022 · Throwing in my Head Gasket failure symptoms and tests list. Cooling system pressure test. Cylinder leakdown test. Loss of coolant with no leak. Exhaust gases in coolant check. Pressurized cooling system after revving for a minute. Sweet antifreeze smell or steam from exhaust. Coolant leaking from the head/block joint. I checked the exhaust by throttling up the engine a few times and no white smoke, went for a sniff test, no coolant smell. Just an SES light, and rough idle. ... but after a few 26 mile (1 way) trips to work and no smoke or coolant loss, running just fine, I think it's good to go. Save Share. Reply Quote. R. rdorman ...The oil does look suspect, but I wouldn't add any magic elixir's just yet...…….let that fresh Oil Change play out and monitor your engine...….watch for Coolant loss, Oil in the Coolant, white smoke, overheating, ect and make your evaluation on what is observed. Could be getting worked up over nothing. Enjoy your new ride!my car lose's coolant almost every 3 days. no leaks, no milky oil,no white smoke from the exhaust. When I'm driving it will feel like its gonna tur... Close. The Best in Auto Repair. Find a Shop. Questions / Acura / Integra / 1995 / coolant loss; Coolant loss. 1995 Acura Integra. Asked by Phillip109 in Chino, CA on . January 20, 2011 . my car ...4. Is it normal for the coolant level to drop? Can coolant evaporate? That is very typical. When the cooling system is not defective, however, it should be done at a very modest pace. It's possible that the system is broken, as the coolant is leaking but there are no leaks. 5.Thought I would come to the light after several research attempts. Vehicle history: 2000 Toyota Tacoma 2.7L 200,000 miles. This is my girlfriends...Looked at oil and it looked fine(not milky looking). NOT a single light came on my dash. My previous TDI that I had for 5 years had a coolant reservoir leak and the STOP engine light came on when the coolant got below the MIN mark. This car emptied the entire coolant and not a single light came on. No liquid inside the car.yepper. blue = oil. white = water/coolant. appears the head is cracked or bad gasket. it's not getting into the oil pan because the leakage is being burned in the combustion chamber - hence the white smoke. The white isn't really smoke, as much as it is steam. Water (coolant) doesn't smoke. Do something, waft the exhaust.Dec 24, 2007 · Coolant Loss & White Smoke. Jump to Latest Follow 1 - 10 of 10 Posts. T. travishaas · Registered. Joined Dec 24, 2007 · 14 Posts . Discussion Starter · #1 · Dec ... Sep 26, 2006 · Here's what I would do: 1. Check the plastic coolant fill in reservoir near the radiator and see if there is alot of traces of coolant spilling out. 2. Open your oil cap when the car is running and see if there is smoke coming out. 3. Remove your oil dipstick and see if there is smoke there aswell, also check if the oil has a milky texture. 4. replace your radiator cap with a new one - top up coolant in radiator and res. Water Pump will show signs of leakage, ie from the weep hole (impeller seal) or possibly making a grinding noise (bearing or impeller shaft), or possibly the actual sensor. Not_An_Abba_Fan;2803665 said: A bowl of cornflakes is better than the X Force x merge.Re: White Smoke At Start-Up (TeflonViper) Postby loystock » Sun Jan 03, 2010 1:49 pm. For as long as it is white and not blue (oil leak) or black (too rich/misfire), should not be a major concern. Especially at this time of the year, the hot exhaust gases tend to condense the surrounding cold air. If you haven't taken the car for long drives ...Jul 30, 2018 · Coolant loss -- headgaskets or EGR cooler? So ive owned my truck (05 lly) for over two years now, and I have had the "low coolant" come on the dash a couple of times, soft upper rad hose and no pressure in degas bottle. Although there is a little bit of diesel soot inside of it. I crawled under the truck just a little while ago and there is a ... Aug 24, 2022 · To fix these problems, you often have to replace the whole head or block, which results in a complete disassembly of the engine. 6. Too Rich Fuel Mixture. A thing that is not directly causing white smoke from the exhaust – but can be mistaken for it is a too rich fuel mixture. Jun 23, 2022 · Hi guys. Desperate for help or advice. I own a 14 plate leon fr 2.0tdi 184bhp. Recently I’ve noticed once the engine is warm (90c) white smoke will intermittently ploom out the exhaust. If you turn the car off and on again it stops. The car is also loosing coolant over a period of time... Summary: Mopar 4.7 engines used in many Jeep and Dodge vehicles share a common problem. Misfires which are accompanied with coolant loss, rear heater not working properly and engine temperatures running a higher than normal range, could have a leaking head gasket. There's a couple of simple ways to check for a blown head gasket, one is by ... High mileage engines tend to loose coolant, leak water pumps, fail head gaskets.Solution is 20 seconds and free: release coolant pressure permanently by modi...Discussion Starter · #1 · Sep 8, 2018. Hi my 04 Odyssey has a mysterious white smoke while revving or accelerating after an extended period of idling times. There is no coolant or oil loss from when this started last june. Once I either drive it hard or hold the revs high enough for a period of time the smoke clears up and normal operation ...Stop driving the car and have it checked out immediately, white smoke is a good indication of coolant leak into the combustion chamber. Check your coolant level, oil and engine compression, if coolant drops, muddy gray oil around oil cap or bubbles on dipstick, significant compression drop on a few cylinders (normal compression is within 174-203psi) means blown head gasket or cracked cylinder ...I have a 2001 Duramax with 130000 miles just had injector cups changed because i was having coolant being lost from cooling jug was making excessive presssure and pushing coolant out.... Am still having coolant problem what else could it be truck has never been run hot...!No white smoke from exhaust as well!!!!!White smoke (when the car is warmed up, not so much when first starting it in cold weather) usually means coolant is getting into the combustion chamber. It doesn't take much, but if tis white smoke has beenn going on for months without coolant loss, I suspect youare right it isn't the head gasket.36 Posts. #9 · Nov 4, 2004. Have ya checked ya heater core that can leak into the air ducts and evaporate with out a sign except for a REALLY bad smell when you use your heater. Otherwise take it to a mechanic and get it pressure tested, were good at finding leaks and charging insane amounts an hour to do it.If you are not losing coolant from a leak and no white smoke, then then coolant loss is slower. You should run the vehicle hard, and then look at the radiator overflow and see if there are bubbles. That indicates an exhaust gas leak, and if there is exhaust gas entering the coolant, then on the down stroke, there is coolant leaking into the ...Apr 15, 2020 · The leak amount is usually just what's in the reservoir tank and that's it. There is typically a puddle centered under the engine towards the front, but no signs of it anywhere from the top. Other than that, coolant is just fine. No loss just driving normally, no white smoke from the exhaust either, and nothing in the the passenger floor area. So pressure testing is not a option for a diy'er. I found a leak under one of the big radiator hoses on top on the passenger side of the escape. If you have a blue light even a black light will illuminate the coolant to spot a leak. I responded to this old post for future references. As above from Aussiblue .Unless this is a very special Ford ...Dec 14, 2009 · 01 lb7 white smoke under load. new injectors. no coolant loss. good compression. 12/14/2009. installed new o-rings on all 8 sleeves when replaced injectors. fuel gravity checks ok for temp. yes on loctite -no on fuel not a coolant smell definiate diesel smell. pipe but through the injectors. Was so easy, simple and mess-free. Makes doing coolant swaps a no-brainer as you can pull a vacuum which will end up dumping all the coolant into the radiator when you pull a vacuum on it the first time. Drain the radiator, do it again, see if you get more, if not pull a final vacuum and refill.1,291 Posts. #8 · Nov 12, 2019. . Red Loctite said: It could be a pinhole in the heater core, a few drops of coolant is enough to smell it in the cabin. I had "coolant odor" with the heater on in my Jeep Liberty, no wet carpets, good pressure test, normal coolant loss, no overheating , AC ok no smell. Just a light smell with the heater on.Additionally, a sign that can point to an issue with the entire coolant system is white exhaust smoke. The white exhaust smoke is caused by a coolant leak under the hood. In the case of a leak, the coolant fluid is burned during the combustion process. Once it has burned, what is left is white smoke. This white smoke will exit your BMW through ...Aug 31, 2016 · If no external leaks are found, the highest possibility is a crack in the head gasket, cylinder head or engine block). Step 1: Look For Any Crack In The Intake Manifold Gasket. The first thing to check, you would think, is the head gasket, but before this, you should inspect the intake manifold gasket first. Feb 08, 2021 · Remove the radiator cap and attach the air pump’s tester hose to the coolant recovery tank. Now, you can start pumping in the air until the air pump’s gauge reaches the level of pressure printed on the radiator. Now that the system is pressurises, the leaks would be made visible through the leak points if any. Answer (1 of 7): Usually, white smoke is water vapor or steam. Water is being introduced into the combustion chamber. This is why your car smokes white in the mornings when it's cold until it warms up and clear water condensation. If it smoking much at all you will have water coming out of the ta... I have a 2001 Duramax with 130000 miles just had injector cups changed because i was having coolant being lost from cooling jug was making excessive presssure and pushing coolant out.... Am still having coolant problem what else could it be truck has never been run hot...!No white smoke from exhaust as well!!!!!No white smoke, clean oil and clean coolant. I also don't see any leaks on the pavement either. Despite that, it's gone through about half a gallon of coolant over the last year (about 4k miles). ... Topic Tags: coolant loss (8), Recent Topics. 2007 Toyota Tundra P2445 code. By SlickSuburbans, 2 hours ago. P0101 keeps returning on my 2011 ...Aug 10, 2021 · Coolant loss is probably a leak as Kev mentions. it could be a head gasket, but if you have no oil mixing with coolant and the engine runs fine, it probably wont be the head gasket or cracked head, a head gasket on these cars is pretty rare as there is plenty of material between cylinders. these engines also run pretty cool, i live in the middle east and never see coolant temps past 100c. One of the major reasons behind the white smoke problem is the blown head gasket. The head gasket is one of the most expensive & important components of the engine. Besides white smoke from the exhaust pipe, other symptoms of a blown head gasket are: The coolant level is extremely low due to leakage. The tank is overflowed with coolant.Jul 28, 2022 · Reasons You May Be Losing Coolant 1) Bad Radiator Cap 2) Blown Head Gasket 3) Blown Intake Manifold Gasket 4) Leaking Turbo Seal 5) Evaporation Why Is My Coolant Evaporating? Why Is My Car Losing Coolant but Not Overheating? How To Stop Losing Coolant 1) UV Leak Detection Kit 2) Leak Down Test 3) Radiator Pressure Test most of the time with a blown head gasket u will have oil and water mixed in the pan, and milky substance under the oil cap, along with excessive coolant system pressure which could rupture the radiator , however with lower intake seals leaking on 96-99 chevy 5.7 Vortec, you will normally have an external engine oil/coolant leak, and or mysterious coolant loss with no external leak, which ...Also, there is no white smoke evident, or smell. If all that coolant was going into the cylinders, there would be a lot of smoke. There are also no evident leaks. nothing on the ground, or in and around the engine. ... This is not inconsistent with some of the other posts I've read regarding coolant loss in the 4.7. Some have said they can ... When my engine was burning coolant I couldn't smell coolant in the "smoke" that came from the exhaust. Interestingly enough, my head gasket first let go in town when i was pulling out from a stop sign. No boost and about 1/2-3/4 throttle and it started puking out the resevoir. ... Almost always that knocking sound coupled with thick white smoke ...Premium Member. Joined Apr 20, 2014. 2,129 Posts. #10 · Dec 1, 2014. Quantum said: Hi everyone, I had been working on an 86 VT700 with 1800 miles and sitting in a garage for several years. I did the carb cleaning (all new jets and float valve), oil, coolant, sparks plugs, air and fuel filter. The bike is running nicely and I finally had a ...The coolant either leaks externally, drips out somewhere i.e.: there is a loose hose clamp, leaking radiator, or leaks internally, in this case it would mix with the oil or gets into the combustion chamber. Get it checked for external leak first - ask a coolant system pressure test. If no external leak than they will know what to check next. Zee.Fired it up on my engine stand in my garage, and to my delight it ran great (but without coolant in it). After installing in my van, it puffed white smoke like crazy. I tore the head off and replaced the head gasket. Same thing - white smoke. I finally got a different head, and tried that, then it ran good with no problems.Attorneys working with ClassAction.org are investigating whether they can file a class action lawsuit against Ford Motor Company over the automaker's EcoBoost engine. Allegations have surfaced that coolant can leak into the cylinders of the 1.5-, 1.6- and 2.0-liter EcoBoost engines and cause the vehicle to misfire, overheat and even catch fire.when it turned the engine is dropping a lot of white smoke. enters the turbine and rarely over 2000 rpm. the engine is not running at idle. is dying. could accelerate up to 3000rpm the turbine worked, but with this much smoke. This clean diesel in a reservoir outside the tank. 23. Volvo:40,41,42,43,44 Series.built on or before 06-Apr-2019 equipped with a 1.5L EcoBoost engine may exhibit low coolant level, white exhaust smoke and/or runs rough condition with or without an illuminated malfunction indicator light (MIL) with only diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) P0300, P0301-P0304, P0316, P0217, P1285 and/or P1299 stored in powertrain control module (PCM).Coolant loss 12-04-2013, 05:00 PM. Hello all, I'm new to the forum and to the Toyota Prado but so far I love Pradopoint for all the answers I allready got from the forum ! I'm ... no white smoke, I do not have sludge in the Oil, I seem not to have oil in the coolant, I do not seem to have oil in the transmission fluid. ...Leaking Coolant. One of the main causes of white exhaust smoke is engine coolant leaking to different parts of the engine. White smoke will be released when even small amounts of coolant enter the combustion chamber. If this is the cause, then the exhaust smoke may come with a sweet smell. xa