Could I assume you take short drives mostly?
A 91 with less than a hundred thousand miles points to that. But may be wrong.
IF I am right, that means the engine may not come to temperature enough to heat up the exhaust and moisture may lay in there. If this happen excessive moisture will lay in the exhaust and produce the white smoke as it heats. A constant rich scenrio not only burns fuel but carbons up the front o2 and converter. Combined, this makes for poor miliage.
Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008 AT 7:38 PM