2001 Chrysler Sebring WHITE SMOKE FROM EXHAUST

Tiny
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Engine Mechanical problem
2001 Chrysler Sebring 6 cyl Automatic 113000 miles

I DRIVE A 01' CHRYSLER SEBRING CONVERTIBLE.
THE PROBLEM IS THAT MOST OF THE TIME WHEN I IGNITE THE ENGINE A LOT OF WHITE SMOKE IS RELEASED FROM THE EXHAUST. ALSO WHEN THE CAR GETS TO ITS NORMAL TEMPERATURE THE CHECK ENGINE OIL LIGHT IGNITES. THEN WHITE SMOKES COMES OUT OF THE EXHAUST EVERYTIME I ACCELERATE, CAR DOES NOT SHOW ANY OVERHEATING ONLY A STRANGE NOISE WHEN I ACCELERATE. DO YOU KNOW WHAT THE PROBLEM MIGHT BE?
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Tiny
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WHITE SMOKE FROM EXHAUST

If it is-the coolant is being burn in the combustion chamber-could be caused by a blown headgsaket-cracked head or block/intake gasket

Engine oil light coming On-could mean oil pump/engine bearings problem or its just the oil pressure switch acting up and needs changing.

The Noise-could be that the engine is overheating creating the pinging/detonating which is a serious problem that can ruin the engine-
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Tuesday, November 25th, 2008 AT 8:52 PM

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