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I have a 2007 x type jaguar 2000 Diesel when I accelarate I hear a noise like air rushing and black smoke comes from exahuast can anyone help

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Dirty or blocked air intake. engine trying to suck in air from wherever it canand because not enough air you get a rich fuel mixture that does not burn too well

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