Having problems with your Chrysler Voyager ?

White smoke comes from the exhaust in the moring when i start the car it judders a little once running there is no problem 4 times since march it didnt start 1st time

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 21-09-2020

Answers :

When the pipes are cold the water in your exhaust is visible steam. when the pipes warm up the steam is no longer visible.\012
On first start up of  car in the morning fuel is not being atomized properly and doesn't burn properly until the engine reaches proper operating temperature. An engine that is burning oil emits blue colored smoke that has an odor of burning oil. It is heavy blue to blue gray in color. If the engine has worn valve guides or valve guide seals oil may drip into the cylinders when the engine is turned off and allowed to cool, then when you start the engine up in the morning you get that trail of smoke out the exhaust. light colored smoke out the exhaust is normal until the engine warms up, especially noticeable on cold mornings dense air. White or sweet smelling smoke out the exhaust perhaps accompanied by rough running would be a sign of a blown head gasket. 
White smoke is usually a head gasket issue that would be accompanied by a loss of coolant and may even smell slightly sweet.
It is normal for condensation to be emitted from the exhaust on initial start up. 
If you are not having to top up the coolant, have no over heating issues, no excess fuel consumption and no loss of oil, you probably have nothing to worry about.
Still get the coolant level and any kind of oil leakage in the car at your nearest car garage just to confirm there is nothing major to be worried about.
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