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Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: Marysville, WA
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White smoke at stoplights?
I have noticed over the past couple weeks, when I sit at a stoplight and then start driving again I get some white smoke out of the exhaust for a second or two. Once in a while, it will smoke while I am stopped -- just sit there and smoke.
I have an Edge Insight, and all of my temps and readings look normal to me. No codes. No mileage change. Oil and Coolant still look good.
Truck has a 4" off-road exhaust on it and a SRL program on it, but have had those for quite a while.
No racing or anything recently that I would think would cause problems, nor does the truck seem to run poorly.
I was getting ready to flush the coolant and change to ELC w/ filter, as well as change the banjo bolts and fuel pressure spring, but have not done so yet.
I'm concerned because it didn't do this before, and I don't want to get into doing more work if something is wrong.
Any ideas what would be causing this? What should I look for? If it weren't for the smoke I wouldn't think it was a problem, truck is running as good as it ever has.