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Yeah it is very normal. If you dont believe us watch it everyday. All cars will have white vapor upon start up. When the combustion process happens N, H2o, and Co2. If you look at your exhaust after it starts up you will always see water leaving the tail pipe. That is why they have Weep holes in mufflers. Overnight the internals of the engine "sweat" and that condensation gets burned out upon initial start as well as H2o is a continuous creation from all 6 of your cylinders. The white smoke should disappear within 8-10 minutes. If it does not and it warms up with white smoke then you know you have a problem.
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