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Re: White smoke out the exhaust

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10-17-2013 08:40:41

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The idle screws are set to 1/2 turn out. Where the Poppin John told me to set it. The hottest it gets is 140F.

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Bob Harvey

10-17-2013 09:33:26

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 Re: White smoke out the exhaust in reply to Mandy74, 10-17-2013 08:40:41  
Start it up then put some newspaper over the grill. The fan will keep it in place. Then let it warm up to 180 +. HTH

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10-17-2013 09:27:25

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 Re: White smoke out the exhaust in reply to Mandy74, 10-17-2013 08:40:41  
140F Is no where near being warmed up.
195F or forget about it.

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10-17-2013 10:31:08

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 Re: White smoke out the exhaust in reply to buickanddeere, 10-17-2013 09:27:25  
Not sure my temp gauge works just saying that is what the temp gauge reads. I let it run for about 30 minutes. I would think it is warm by then!

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10-17-2013 12:21:19

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 Re: White smoke out the exhaust in reply to Mandy74, 10-17-2013 10:31:08  
If It it has stuck shutters or a missing/stuck thermostat.the engine could idle for two days and not warm up.

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