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Black smoke diesel6.5 turbo

Truck is making black smoke and n't go over50km/h 30mph

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Injection driver module or injection pump,,, sounds like module,, leave module on pump buy a relocate harness and a new module and mount on driver side fender.. not subject to heat as is mounted on pump

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    no car mentioned, NO YEAR, is this a USA car?.Ok its rich, the Turbo is the prime feature that stops natural diesel richness. there are many ohter reasons. did you run the scan tool on the beast? if it smokes at idle, its NOT the Turbo, can be leaking injectors, wrong fuel pressure. or bad sensors. why not scan it.?

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First off, congrats, the 1548 post ive answered and no country stated. (im USA)
cars are not the same in all countries.
and you never stated that or the year.?
cars vary in DESIGN, every year, so,,,

btw, all Turbo;s are complex in nature. (controller and controls)
and the Turbo actually stops the black smoke, (reason it is so popular , besides power)
complex cars break more and are harder to fix, keep that in mind at puchase time.

and buy the FSM, for the car. so you can have the facts.

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Remove and clean the EGR valve.If that doent work replace the airflow meter.

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Black smoke is excessive burnt fuel. White is excessive unburnt fuel. Have your turbo checked and the air filter. Good Luck

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could be injectors, could also be severe carbon build up. try using a good brand of diesel injector cleaner.

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