I have a 2000 ford crown victoria police interceptor. Once the engine warms up (especially when its like 100 degrees outside like today) the car smokes a bit when im heavy on the throttle starting from a complete stop once the engine is warm. It also smokes a few seconds when I first start it up after the engine is warmed up.
When the engine is cold, it does not do it(smoke), and while accelerating it does not do it, unless im at a stop and I start off heavy on the throttle. While coasting and accelerating SLOWLY from a stop, no smoke? ( Oh yeah, the smoke is whitish grey and smells heavily of gasoline. The car burns no oil or coolant? Help!
Car has new O2 sensors, but the catalytic converters have ben cut out. (The problem was occuring when they were still in as well.)
have the same problem?
Thursday, June 23rd, 2011 AT 1:40 PM