Hi, I had my timing belt replaced on my 1996 Honda CRV about a year ago. When I picked up the car from the service department, I started the car and it blew a bunch of white smoke out of the exhaust. I drove it around the corner and the white smoke stopped coming out. I thought everything was ok. (The car never smoked before the timing belt change). Now when I sit at a redlight for more than a minute, white smoke blows out the exhaust. Is there something the service department did wrong when they replaced my timing belt? Thanks. Ryan
have the same problem?
Wednesday, June 6th, 2012 AT 5:29 PM