My 2005 Honda accord

Asked by Aug 13, 2016 at 02:06 PM about the 2005 Honda Accord

Question type: General

So my car been have a hard time going up
hills since I got it. When I brought it back to
the place I got it from the man said its
normal for a 2005 Honda accord v4 to do
that . Now with that said this morning I pull
into the gas station put gas in it and oil 2
seconds later it started smoking out the
tailpipe white smoke I need to kno if anyone
knows that cause of that ? Please can I'm
far away from home and need to kno sobi
can get it fixed

2 Answers

I need to kno if its something affordable to fix

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Did you by chance overfill the oil? Check on the oil dipstick, you don't want to be above the fill line. I don't want to jump the gun and say "white smoke from tailpipe = bad head gasket," so monitor this closely, keep an eye on the temp gauge. Check all your fluid levels, if you overfilled the oil you'll have to loosen the oil pan bolt and drain some oil then refill it to proper level.

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