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escort_girl01

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HI ok my car passed its mot! yeahhhh... but now when i go into 2nd for example i'm in thurd and cannot be assed to change to 2nd loads of black smoke comes out, but even when i change to 2nd it takes a few seconds for the car to kick in and while its now sort of kicking in its pooring out smoke? its a TD i put i oil init and checked all the levels.... and there fine??? what could be happening?? its still got power! and drives ok... :nutter: :rolleyes:
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Excess black exhaust smoke emission

 

Faulty / dirty fuel injectors.

Incorrect injection pump to engine timing.

Injection pump overfuelling / incorrect calibration.

Injection pump excess fuel device fault.

Electronic control system fault.

Restricted air intake or air filter blocked.

Engine not reaching operating temperature.

Heater plug post heat fault.

Turbocharger oil seals allowing engine oil into air intake system.

Low boost pressure from turbo or intake system leaks.

 

 

 

Excess White / Grey smoke emission

 

Low injector opening pressure.

Incorrect valve timing.

Incorrect injection pump timing.

Low cylinder compression pressure.

Restricted air intake.

Low turbocharger boost pressure due to worn turbo / intake system fault / boost control.

Water entering combustion chambers due to head gasket failure, cylinder head or block cracked.

 

 

 

Misfire

 

Incorrect valve timing.

Incorrect valve clearance.

Compression loss.

Faulty fuel injector / calibration.

Faulty Injection pump.

Air entering fuel system.

Fuel line restriction.

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Excess black exhaust smoke emission

 

Faulty / dirty fuel injectors.

Incorrect injection pump to engine timing.

Injection pump overfuelling / incorrect calibration.

Injection pump excess fuel device fault.

Electronic control system fault.

Restricted air intake or air filter blocked.

Engine not reaching operating temperature.

Heater plug post heat fault.

Turbocharger oil seals allowing engine oil into air intake system.

Low boost pressure from turbo or intake system leaks.

 

 

 

Excess White / Grey smoke emission

 

Low injector opening pressure.

Incorrect valve timing.

Incorrect injection pump timing.

Low cylinder compression pressure.

Restricted air intake.

Low turbocharger boost pressure due to worn turbo / intake system fault / boost control.

Water entering combustion chambers due to head gasket failure, cylinder head or block cracked.

 

 

 

Misfire

 

Incorrect valve timing.

Incorrect valve clearance.

Compression loss.

Faulty fuel injector / calibration.

Faulty Injection pump.

Air entering fuel system.

Fuel line restriction.

 

 

cheers for that info mate.

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