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Blowing black smoke on acceleration 2.5 exceed turbo intercooler I have a Mitsubishi 2.5 diesel with what sounds to be a similar problem except it happens when you rev the engine suddenly but stops smoking when you keep the engine at high revs. It recently blew a head gasket which has been lovingly replaced. Do you think this is also likely to be the Turbo Seals???

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