I tried searching for this, but didn't see what I was looking for. Sorry in advance if someone has already asked this.
Obviously, it's getting colder outside, so I can expect some cold smoke while idling at a red light or at home while it's still cold. This morning it was only about 45 degrees, but this still happened. Even after driving at highway speeds for 15 miles after sitting at my house for 5-10 mins idling to get warmed up, I'm still seeing quite a bit of that "cold smoke" when I stop at a red light. It doesn't have any sort of smell to it, other than typical exhaust smell, don't really notice it while driving, just see it in my mirror when I stop. This seems to happen only on the cold days and not when it's warmer outside.
Does anybody else notice this with theirs?