Q: there is white smoke coming from under my hood into the cabin of my 2003 volvo xc90. this coincidentally happened just after an o

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*this coincidentally happened just after an oil change..

as i understand, this could signify a leak somewhere. but where? is it a plugged pcv system, bad seal? seem to be paying out a lot of money for repairs for this car.... ugh..

My car has 153000 miles.
My car has an automatic AND manual transmission.

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