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Is the smoke from the exhaust?
Does this smoke occur regardless of the outside temp?
Are you sure its white and not blueish which would be a sign of leaking valve stem seals.
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White smoke would be a sign of fuel not even trying to burnt or condensation, or coolant. If it were fuel from a leaking injector, I would expect it to run rough on startup and your engine oil to be diluted with fuel. Condensation smoke is normal under 50 degrees F outside. Coolant smoke would be a head or gasket failure and you should be losing coolant while running and have coolant in the oil.