My 2000 mustang is now blowing white and blue smoke. I replaced the speed shaft sensor- got the code on it.

Asked by May 22, 2017 at 01:38 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

168,000 on the 2000 v-6. Had a gasket problem- but just kept it running with new plugs and so on.
Then i got a ck engine light for the speed shaft sensor (transmission) odmeter wasnt working. So i replaced it and I dont know what the  hel is going on.
When I get it running its blowing white and blue smoke. ?
smells- I am not a mechanic- just small things.
Dont know wht the hel

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Blue smoke is from oil burning. White smoke is water getting into the cylinders. Check the engine oil for water and the engine coolant for oil. You may have a bad head gasket or other problems.

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