I just would like to know; if after changing a.

Tiny
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I just would like to know; if after changing a bad fuel pressure regulator, which caused gasoline to enter the intake plenum; would it produce white smoke from the tailpipe of the car upon starting.


feed back, as soon as possible; please.

Monday, November 19th, 2012 AT 7:31 AM

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Tiny
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White smoke is typical of burning coolant, usually from a leaking cylinder head gasket, but can be caused by a leaking intake manifold gasket on some engines. You didn't list the engine size. Excessive fuel causes black smoke at the tail pipe.

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