Your second post was not really necessary and some of us do have lives outside of this forum. This is something I do to be nice and help out others. If you wish to be impatient do it elsewhere and find a mechanic.
Now if you wish some help on this forum we only give advice and that is where it ends.
On your car, there has to be a small leak. There are a number of smaller hoses that move engine coolant around. For instance, to the Idle air control valve there are two hoses, small that move coolant through this valve and sensor. One of these could be leaking. I would bet that the coolant level has to be dropping ever so slowly. The other problem with the leak is that the coolant could be landing on the exhaust and causing the white vapor. The other problem with a leak no matter how small, is that it allows air into the cooling system. Yes, you need to purge the air from the system, but until the system is sealed again, the purging will do no good. This greatly contributes to overheating of the engine. Find the leak.
Monday, August 6th, 2007 AT 10:37 AM