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Blowing black smoke at times under acceleration

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Welcome to the world of diesels....

Black smoke is produced when too much fuel is injected into the cyl. There could be several issues here, but I would start with running a diagnostic on your O2 sensors and MAS/MAP sensors.

I hope this helps

Posted on Aug 19, 2008

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Black smoke from exhaust means engine getting to much gas.

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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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Welcome to the world of diesels....

Black smoke is produced when too much fuel is injected into the cyl. There could be several issues here, but I would start with running a diagnostic on your O2 sensors and MAS/MAP sensors.

I hope this helps

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