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Old 08-16-2007, 14:18   #1 (permalink)
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Question Smoke around Lambda sensor

I;ve smoke around the sensor on the exhaust manafold, I think thats called the Lamda sensor, does anyone know why this would happen?
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Re: Smoke around Lambda sensor

Model/year/engine?
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Re: Smoke around Lambda sensor

It's a 98 Ford Ka, unfortuntaely I dont know the model.
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Possible oil or coolant leakage onto the manifold.
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