When your vehicle is running properly, you shouldn’t see much smoke coming out of the exhaust pipe. Your emissions control systems are designed to manage most of the exhaust emissions. However, if your vehicle puffs out smoke at startup or when driving, there’s a problem that needs to be addressed. We can help.
Here at Rislone, we’re experts in engine performance, efficiency and emissions products, and can help you determine what’s wrong with your vehicle and how to fix it.
White smoke usually means coolant is getting into the combustion chambers of your vehicle. This generally happens because of a cracked or leaking head gasket, which allows coolant to seep into your cylinders. In extreme cases, you will need to replace your head gasket. At…