Are havng to add coolant at all? If your coolant level is maintained, does it run rough for the first few minutes? Does the smoke/steam have an odor? If your fuel pressure regulator is leaking, what happens is fuel bleeds into the vacuum line and rests in the intake. Excess liquid fuel can cause white smoke/steam, and usually creates misfires until it is burned off, coolant can do the same. The fuel you may not know, where the coolant you would eventually be adding. The exhaust would smell like raw fuel if it is excessive, it would smell sweet if it were coolant.
Tuesday, September 1st, 2009 AT 10:46 PM