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I've done a search of other Threads and have not found one that helps. Soooo, what would cause my 1985 Interstate with 20,000 plus miles, to blow white smoke out both exhaust and fresh oil out of the right exhaust at the joining of the muffler and the header at start-up?:praying:

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white smoke sweet smelling = antifreeze = blown head gasket.

Oil = bad valve seal, or bad valve, or bad rings, or over filled with oil,
 

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Oil = bad valve seal, or bad valve, or bad rings, or over filled with oil,[/QUOTE]:claps:


Thanks RB. I'm on it. I let you know how it turns out.
 

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OK RB. This is what I know: on start up (after about 30 minutes) I get a puff of white smoke, a slite smell of antifreeze and a small drop of oil. My next move is to drain the oil and see what I can see.
 
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