My car just recently started throwing white smoke, it use to do it here and their but rarely and very minimal when on idle, now after driving it for a bit it doesn't stop. I have a 03 mustang Mach 1. I been reading regarding this issue and it might be the PCV I checked it and also noticed the elbow hose on it is pinched. Any thoughts thank you
My car has 92000 miles.
My car has a manual transmission.
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White smoke out of the exhaust usually means that there is coolant getting into the cylinder head, or engine block. The most common cause of this is a blown head gasket. However, in some cases if the PCV valve is damaged, or clogged with excessive carbon build-up, it can cause this issue as well. The best way to determine this however is to have a professional mechanic complete a car is emitting smoke from exhaust inspection; so they can ascertain the precise source of your white smoke issue.
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