White smoke from exhaust.. completely baffled!
Okay, so Friday I took my XJ to the oil change shop to get the oil changed and the transmission fluid changed. They also dropped the oil pan, cleaned it off, put on a new rubber gasket, and put it back on.
An hour after driving away I noticed I had white smoke coming from my exhaust. When I would stop at a red light, immediately after takeoff I have more and more white smoke coming out from the exhaust.
I took it back to the Oil Change Center to get it looked at because it's never smoked before, and they were no help. They switched out the oil filter again and no good.
So, I took it to three other shops around town (Saturday, so not a lot of places are open today) and they all tell me they can't do it.
So basically, here's what I've gathered from this:
-- White smoke from exhaust
-- Checked oil level, they are full.
-- Ran the "No Smoke" stuff from AutoZone through the crankcase. Let it idle and revved it for about five minutes. No good.
-- As far as I can tell, there's no oil leaking anywhere.
I'm baffled, does anybody have any suggestions or maybe an answer? It's driving me crazy and I can't drive it because around here if your exhaust spews a ton of smoke you can get a ticket for it.
1989 Jeep Cherokee:
Lift, tires, suspension, accessories, and other crap.