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I have a 2000 Triton 2.8 diesel mk 4wd regularly serviced that blows black smoke constantly under power & uses excessive fuel

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Does your regular service includes the injection pump being brought down for cleaning and maintenance?

it is an injection pump problem. inside the injection pump are valves and strainers that are not accessible for regular users. they could only be cleaned or replaced by these people who work with injection pumps and they would calibrate the injectors also so that it would not be blowing black gas and uses excessive fuel.

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