I just drove my 1986 Toyota SR5 with the 22re engine in it, and it is pouring white smoke. This is a sign that it is burning coolant right? I figured it would when it got warmed up, but it didn't. Everywhere I drove there was a huge white cloud behind me. I know that it burns coolant and oil, but it is my DD while the Blazer is awaiting the new axles and lift. It also just started dying on me tonight. I drove it over to my girlfriend's house and as soon as I got there it just died. I turned it back over and drove to the stop sign and it died, then I drove it down and turned around and it died, then was parking it and it died. Didn't die at any of the stop lights on the way over, just seemed to do it once it was semi-warmed up. The idle is lower than normal at about 600 as opposed to the normal 800. I just drove it probably 200 miles round trip yesterday, and none of this was a problem. Most of the driving was in 5th gear at about 2800-3000 rpms, and I did take it for a little bit of mudding, but nothing serious at all. No deep mud, just enough to kick up a little bit and only for like 2 minutes. What is going on with this thing? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks, Andrew /forums/images/graemlins/usaflag.gif And yes, I understand that it is not about a Blazer, but it is my Blazer while the real one is out of commission.