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Ford f250 6.0 2006 black smoke will not start

Black smoke when tryys to start but does notstart

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SOURCE: 2006 VW tdi black smoke while accelerating

I have the same problem. Do you have a DSG transmission? There are complaints on VW clubs about this problem. It seemed like an engine control issue but it is actually a confused transmission in my case. It seems to have trouble engaging and must send a signal to the engine to kill power. Recalibrating the transmission with VAG-COM made the problem go from a 3x daily issue to a weekly one. I have read that the DSG is very sensitive to oil levels. I am going to set mine properly and see if it helps. The calibration/adaptation only takes 10 minutes with VAG-COM

Posted on Apr 04, 2009

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SOURCE: black smoke from exhaust

Try new sparkplugs. The guy who told you to get rid of it sounds like he drank too much energy drink this morning. You probably won't get much resale from that car, so it might be worth your time to fix it. A couple of new car payments might make you wish you had.

Posted on Jun 10, 2009

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SOURCE: ford f250 diesiel sputters blows black smoke dies

youll think im crazy but change the oil and look for a oil leak, prob around the fuel filter

Posted on Aug 26, 2009

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SOURCE: my ford f250 has black smoke blow out the exhaust

Engine Smoking:
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Black Engine running rich Possible Failure
-Map sensor, fuel injector or fuel pressure regulator.
Blue -Replace Faulty Transmission modulator valve
White Possible Failure. -Head gasket.
Hope this tip helps.
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David

Posted on Mar 24, 2010

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SOURCE: 97 f250 5.8L starts to run rough and puffs out

Exhaust problems. Black smoke=exhaust, blue smoke=oil, white smoke=water.

Posted on Aug 05, 2010

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