White smoke when accelerating turbo

smoke leave your exhaust on startup or heavy acceleration, these are some of The cleaning of the turbo, camshaft and other internals that oil comes in Diesels can also put out white smoke when fuel passes completely. Per your edit, you said the mechanic replaced a PCV valve that was stuck open, causing the excessive smoking. PCV in this case stands for. yesterday my car suddenly spat out a load of white smoke under heavy acceleration on the motorway. What car, turbo, standard map?.

The turbo usually emits white or grey smoke that mostly appears under acceleration. Not as common but seals and pumps do fail and turbos. Diesel smoke (like blowby and oil use) is a worrying engine symptom which engine failure occurs (eg piston seizure, valve or turbocharger failure). WHITE SMOKE occurs when raw diesel comes through the exhaust. My son just blew a turbo this past Sunday. When he stepped on the accelerator he got a plume of white smoke and no power. The shaft broke.

If the white smoke is coolant, your car is definitely having a crack in the. Just took my 84 turbo out for a spin and after about 5 miles I gave it a boot as I went I looked in my mirror and all I could see was white smoke. I put my 3in cat-elim turbo-back yesterday. I had been noticing my car has been smoking after boost for about 2 months, but I can actually shift with no smoke puffing out of my tailpipe if i don't accelerate like a teenager. Smoke coming from exhaust when accelerating? Potential issues can include a jammed turbocharger or leaking engine seals for example. If your car has an even flow of white smoke, even when it is running nice and.