i have problem with touran 2006 when i start it comes white smoke and when it sit for hour it comes again i and it is spends to much oil

Asked by GuruHZJ6W Jul 04, 2019 at 07:03 AM about the 2006 Volkswagen Touareg

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have problem with touran 2006 when i start it comes white smoke and when it
sit for hour it comes again i and it is spends to much oil

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White smoke is most likely condensate; coolant evaporating with combustion. You have a coolant leak, most likely from a leaking intake manifold or blown head gasket. High oil consumption can be due to an engine that's just worn out, or it's leaking into the cylinders through a blown head gasket. You need a mechanic to find out what the problem is and fix it before you damage the engine.

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i understand that but the problem is that i do not loos any coolant from can, because if i have coolant leak i will loos coolant but none i already replaced some rings in injectors still nothing.i am cap asking mechanics they do not have any idea the only thing that they say to me replace the engine !!

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