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Old 20 Feb 2013, 02:42 pm
joemazda6
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Default just changed my 95 accords radiator white smoke

the smoke didnt smell like antifreeze it was more of a burning plastic
or rubber im not for sure it was dark but it seemed to be coming from
the headers the headers seemed to heat up really fast i did not see
the car over heat but i didnt want to risk anything so i turned it off
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Old 20 Feb 2013, 09:48 pm
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Default Re: just changed my 95 accords radiator white smoke

On 02/20/2013 11:42 AM, joemazda6 wrote:
> the smoke didnt smell like antifreeze it was more of a burning plastic
> or rubber im not for sure it was dark


you should always have a flashlight in a car - for your own safety let
alone getting under the hood.


> but it seemed to be coming from
> the headers the headers seemed to heat up really fast i did not see
> the car over heat but i didnt want to risk anything so i turned it off
>


could be an a/c hose - and very expensive if you burn through it. find
and fix before doing anything else.


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