88 Isuzu truck (4 cyl) has terrible idle/black exhaust
88 Isuzu truck (4 cyl) has terrible idle and black smoke out of exhaust, but runs marginally better when at full speed. Idle speed has been adjusted so it will idle and not cut out, but truck shakes and sputters while idling. Last week truck started running wide open when idling like trash or clog in carburetor, so checked that, and now it idles terrible. Ideas?
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This car doesn't have coils and wires, it's gasoil. The most likely reason is the piezo injectors are worn. The best way to test is with VCDS After an overnight stationary period drive the vehicle with cold engine between 1200 - 1600 rpm till the complaint occurs. Constantly read the measured value block 13 and 14 for the smooth running control in the engine control unit. The values of one or several cylinders should noticeably move to positive.
modified injectors A8: with 3.0l, 4.2l TDI from: WAUZZZ4E*7N016685 Replace the injector with the highest deviation and all injectors produced between 1.3.2006 and 30.4.2006. Example of production date: 060304 stands for 4.3.2006 vcds go to address 01 measured values below 013 Smooth running control1)Cyl. 1 Injection quantity variation[mg/stroke]2)Cyl. 2 Injection quantity variation[mg/stroke]3)Cyl. 3 Injection quantity variation[mg/stroke]4) VacantPermissible values at idle: +- 2,99 mg/strokeA If the permissible tolerance is exceededfirst check injector IQA-IVA adaption values 014 Smooth running control1)Cyl. 4 Injection quantity variation[mg/stroke]2)Cyl. 5 Injection quantity variation[mg/stroke]3)Cyl. 6 Injection quantity variation[mg/stroke]4) VacantPermissible values at idle: +- 2,99 mg/strokeA If the permissible tolerance is exceededfirst check injector IQA-IVA adaption values
signs of a bad fuel pressure regulator-- the vehicle will run rough, the engine will not start ( usually in the mornings,) many times engine starts but stalls shortly after starting. a bad regulator can result in fouled plugs. replacement is only cure. 1- black soot on plugs-2-black smoke from tailpipe-3- running rough-4- stalling, good-day! repost if need be.
If you have a 2.6 4ZE1 engine the coolant temp. sensor is located under the intake manifold at the runner for #1 cylinder. It maybe hard to access. Try going throught the right side wheel opening over the tire it is a tight fit.
Blue smoke is oil and if it's coming from your engine compartment most likely means the gasket on your valve cover either needs to be replaced or it could even be as simple and needing to tighten the valve cover bolts a bit. Oil is leaking from the valve covers and working it's way to your hot exhaust manifold and that is where the smoking is most likely coming from.
Black smoke is usually unburned fuel. P0171 reads bank 1 system too lean. There isn't one answer. You need to dig further and inspect your cars fuel system, from the pump to the injectors. Because of the mileage you may want to start off with a compression test just to see where you stand with the motor. write back if you have any other questions.