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HELP! 98 legacy GT rough running and white smoke


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#1 BigRich

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Posted 10 October 2013 - 06:09 PM

So I have a 98 gt with a fresh engine rebuild and I can't get it running right. It runs extremely rough and blows clouds of white/ bluish smoke and smells rich. I changed the injectors, wires, plugs and cleaned out the fuel rails. Nothing has made a bit of difference. I love my car. It was the first car I bought new and I have taken great care of it and can't stand the thought of getting rid of her. PLEASE HELP!!!

#2 Bushwick

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Posted 12 October 2013 - 12:13 PM

Who did the engine rebuild? Sounds like a head gasket issue (white smoke = coolant; blue smoke = oil) and/or rings. Were the heads checked for warping?

 

I'd do a compression test on each cylinder and report the numbers. 






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