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EXCESSIVE BLOW BY AND WHITE SMOKE
White smoke from the exhaust is usually a sign that the head gasket has failed. But, it could be an oil system failure in the Turbo cooling system. It would help to know the engine and fuel type in your Patrol(They make so many different models, and they aren't all the same)
Posted on Jul 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
with out a doubt it is over fueling ,should be a small amount on heavey acceleration,on startup the is an overinjection feature to aid starting,If you go to a deisel injectionservice centre they can cut the fuel back .In the worst case scenario you may need the injectors serviced and unless it has doneone hell of a lot of miles the pump shouldnt need any more than adjustment.One thing you need to be aware of is they must have clean fuel , no skimping on filters---------happy motoring
Posted on Sep 06, 2009
what did you do to the intake? but an easy way to fix da smoke is to go and buy a can of STOP SMOKE it comes in an aerosol can and you just spray it into your engine
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
black smoke is fuel white smoke is oil. change your spark plugs to a hotter plug and run with some hpr 50 engine oil or somrthing nice and thick
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
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