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Black smoke on acceleration diesel x-type jaguar

2005 X-Type 2.0 Diesel. Black smoke produced on heavy acceleration no smoke when travelling at constant speed, fast or slow. Gentle acceleration produces little or no smoke. Black smoke preceded by a breezy/blowing sound. No smoke when idling. An air current can be felt above the cambelt when the engine is revved. Any ideas

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  • Powerbutt Dec 07, 2008

    Sorry I'm no mechanic, I don't know what an intercooler is. Trawling through all the threads I can find cracked/split hoses have been mentioned alongside an EGR valve.

  • Powerbutt Dec 07, 2008

    Thanks, I'll have a look tomorrow. Does air blowing out from somewhere in this area when the engine is revved mean there ia an air leak? Thanks Ian.

  • Powerbutt Dec 08, 2008

    Thanks Joe, It was split hose to the intercooler. My mechanic was impressed with my diagnosis. Word of warning though for anyone else, although this is a quick cheap fix, not getting fixed can lead to serious problems and you should drive very carefully, low revs, until fixed. Apparently this hose problem is common and the part is now improved.

  • Anonymous Dec 08, 2008

    mine is like that for 3 years no problems. you are welcome did you rate my reply thanks joe

  • Anonymous Feb 12, 2009

    Change of the intercooler solved the issue. It was internally damaged. No more smoke and better response since replacement. rgds



  • Paulsjaguar Feb 22, 2009

    Same - smoke on accleration. Also judders a little when steady speed downhill.

  • joe duff May 11, 2010

    could be the inter cooler is cracked i had a similiar problem with my car. do you know where it is ?

  • Murray Mcculloch May 05, 2013

    of no use to me as I'm after a solution for a lawnmower not a car

  • Anonymous Mar 25, 2014

    Diesel

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Can anyone tell me where the intercooler is on a 05 plate jaguar x type 2.0 diesel thanks

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The inter cooler takes in unused fuel cools it and puts it back into the engine . so its black and oily it will be mucky around the crack. have a look with the engine running . you said you could feel air around the cam belt? around that area push and pull hoses and pipes etc . see if you can locate the problem that way. if you do . cean it off well . i did and used 2" wide tape to seal it up . if this helps rate me thanks joe

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It got a split in the intercooler pipe replace it and no more smoke. It at the front left of the engine attached to the EGR valve and is about 3inch wide

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