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97SportOHV

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In the mornings I notice heavier exhaust kinda White not real thick but noticable soon as I drive it goes away can't see anything during the day, no check engine light running good. I just recently replaced the upper intake manifold gasket, Vale cover gaskets (PVC) a new radiator and a tune up plugs and wires not losing any fluid either. I live in Florida might been doing it before the new parts but it's been in the 30s at night so just chalkd it up to that past two morning been warm enough.
 






XLTrunner

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Chances are it's just condensation burning off in the cooler temps. It's a way of life in my part of the world from late Fall thru early Spring. Just suggest you keep an eye on the coolant level.
 






koda2000

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Probably just condensation. I wouldn't worry about it.
 






swshawaii

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