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      02-11-2013, 04:03 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by cuiter23 View Post
There could be a few possible reasons for the smoke. The ones I can think of are:

1. It is raining and the outside temperature is cold.

2. You may have some sort of leak in your engine bay, most likely an oil leak.
why when it is "cold and rainy" do these cars smoke like hell out of the tailpipes? ... the minivan beside me and lifted ford truck aren't doing any of that (i realize they may warmed up already?)

I notice this EVERYTIME it is damp and rainy out, what gives?

i get that condensation gets into the exhaust but it appears like smoke. I know there is nothing wrong with my car and this is normal but
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