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Happy Wallet Quality Auto Repair posts blog posts on a variety of topics to educate, entertain, and engage you. The auto mechanics and rest of our team aims to develop and maintain relationships with our clients throughout Naples, Bonita Springs, Fort Myers, Marco Island, Everglades City, Ave Maria, and Lee County, and our blog is just one way we stay connected with you and your vehicle. Please check out our blog posts below:

Why is there Smoke Coming from Underneath my Car’s Hood?


When a car owner or even a driver pops the hood of their car, the last thing they want to see is smoke. So what should you do if you see smoke coming from your car? There are a few things that could be causing this issue, and it's best to have them checked out by a professional auto repair shop. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the most common reasons why cars produce smoke. We will also provide some tips on how to deal with this problem if it happens to you.

Why Smoke Underneath a Car's Hood?

One of the most common reasons for smoke coming from under a car's hood is an oil leak. If your car is leaking oil, it will usually be burning off on the engine. This can cause the engine to overheat, which will make the smoke more visible. You may also notice that your car smells like burning oil when this happens.

Another reason why smoke might be coming from your car is because of a coolant leak. Coolant leaks are usually easy to spot because they will leave a trail of fluid on the ground. If you see this, it's important to bring your car in for service as soon as possible. A coolant leak can cause your engine to overheat, which can lead to serious damage.

Yet another common reason for smoke coming from under a hood is a problem with the exhaust system. This could be anything from a leak in the exhaust pipe to a cracked manifold. If you notice that your car is smoking more when you step on the gas, this is a good indication that there's an issue with the exhaust system.

Taking your car to an auto repair shop will help you determine the cause of the smoke and get it fixed quickly. While it may be tempting to try to diagnose the problem yourself, it's always best to leave it to the professionals. They have the knowledge and experience to quickly identify the issue and get your car back in working order. If you need engine repair, we invite you to bring your vehicle into our auto repair shop today!

 

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