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Thick smoke when power is applied,like as if it was dirty fuel.i changed feul filter.replaced map sensor, air flow gauge

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  • daleagent Dec 14, 2008

    black,and smells like un burnt disel

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What color is the smoke

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  • Ronnie Houston Dec 14, 2008

    sounds like u have burnt rings

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I have a 2005 vw caddy 2lt sdi it take ages to start and when driving black smoke comes out of the back under load. can you help?


Black smoke is fuel. Sounds like your choke is stuck on or if you have not changed your air filter in ages it could be real dirty so the fresh air won't get into your carb. I have seen filters so dirty the engine actually choked itself to *****. Is your check engine light on? You could have a bad fuel sensor or air flow sensor. That would do it as well. If you are driving with black smoke your gas mileage will be poor also.

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My 2000 Silverado is running bad it started loosing power backfiring so I replaced roster button cap plugs wires didn't back fire but still run bad so I replaced gas filter still run bad


Have it tested with a scan tool ,check engine sensor data parameters ! Possible dirty or bad mass air flow sensor ,O2sensor ,Coolant temp sensor, map sensor etc... Check for vacuum leaks , Plugged fuel injectors , dirty throttle plate , also check fuel pressure . Is your check engine light lit ?

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again the MAF is implicated as faulty

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Type p0171


It is a generic OBD2 power train Code. The same solution could be applied to all other vehicles as well.
Error Code: P0171
Description:
Fuel Trim (FT), System too Lean, Bank 1
Possible Causes:
- Fuel pump pressure too high or regulating valve stuck closed.
- Intake/ exhaust leak.
- Secondary air injection (AIR) system.
- Manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor.
- Mass air flow (MAF) sensor.
- Fuel pressure/pump.
- Fuel Injector(s).
- Evaporative emission (EVAP) canister purge valve.
- Heated oxygen sensor (HO2S).
Solutions:
-Usually, simply cleaning the Mass air flow (MAF) sensor helps solve the problem.
- It is best to take MAF off and spray it with electronics cleaner or high flash point solvent.
- Inspect all vacuum and PCV hoses, replace if necessary.
- Check for a dirty fuel filter and proper fuel pressure.

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Black smoke from exhaust on a 2004 jeep liberty and the check engine light is on


The first thing you should do is to check your air filter to see if it is clogged. Locate your jeeps air filter and remove it. You will need to pop the clips off using a screw driver to be able to open the top. Take a close look at your air filter. Is it very dirty? If there is a lot of dirt on your air filter then this is the likely cause of your problem. When your air filter is dirty it will not allow enough air through to the engine causing your air/fuel mixture to burn rich causing the black smoke.

You can pick up a new air filter from any auto parts store. Once you have your new air filter in place, replace the cover and reattach the clips.

If your air filter is not dirty then your fuel injection system is where we need to look next. One of your sensors could be bad. The sensors that will be the most likely to cause black smoke is your Throttle Position Sensor, Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor and/or The Mass Air Flow Sensor. Typically black smoke indicates that the engine is getting too much fuel. Be sure they repair it before you purchase.

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Before you start replacing a fuel pump make sure
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No power,thick smoke.power coming on and off,like it was dirty


Black smoke means its over feuling check your vacuum pipes. Blue smoke if you piston rings have not siezed it can onley the turbo seals.

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