Having problems with your 1995 Chevrolet Blazer ?

My Blazer blows white smoke out from the underneath or exhaust. Not sure cause it only does it after I've been driving it for about 15 minutes. And it's not constant either.

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-02-2018

Answers :

Sometimes the A/C drips water condensate onto hot exhaust pipes and you will see steam. Depends on outside humidity, whether you are using the A/C, and evaporation.
\015\012White smoke from exhaust can be a sign of a water leak in the block. You will get some vapor depending on outside air temps and moisture in the fuel. The new Ethanol mix attracts moisture more than the old gas did.

You can benefit from a pressure test of the cooling system. Under normal conditions, it takes awhile for pressure to build in the radiator. This would coincide with the 15 minutes you mention for your problem to begin.
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