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So I know that this isn't a Mitsubishi car, just thought it couldn't hurt to ask anyways.
HELP!!! I have a 2000 Honda Civic, took the car out for a short drive(20 mins or so) and it started having white smoke and the temp gauge was almost in red. So I turned the car off and let it cool. Then turned the car back on, I last about 5 mins before it got bad again. I put some coolant in and tried to go again. That did not help, I made it about 50 feet. it is White smoke, coming from around the engine. It has no smell that I noticed. Any Ideas?
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