Does your friend know anything about cars? Chances are that it was merely some condensation vaporizing as your engine was warm. This happens quite often on colder days, and you should not read into it. If you see thick, puffy, white smoke (as opposed to wispy clouds of steam) then you should worry. But I doubt that's the problem.A friend told me that he saw white smoke coming out the rear of my Honda Odyssey EX-L 2011 every few moments. I did have automatic temperature control turned on. The inside temperature was about the same, or higher than that of outside. Is this normal?
It happened during normal operation. A friend followed me on the highway. He saw the white smoke frequently. I may have my dealer check on it.
I was asking myself the same thing, but the TSB claims to resolve an engine oil consumption issue by altering the operation of the VSA system.Not sure how software can fix oil burning. I can see how it would fix a rich mixture issue But that would be black smoke. Like said earlier oil smoke is blue.