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Excessive smoking inspite of new nozzles and newly calibrated injection pump

I just replaced my nozzles and have my injection pump calibrated but excessive smoke still emits from tail pipe

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One of two things as far as i know that can cause this...
1... piston rings are shot (smokes all the time but worse when its cold)
2... Valve stem seals (mostly smokes when you accelerate)
Hope this is of use..

Posted on Nov 28, 2013

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SOURCE: while its running black smoke out the tail pipe

ok not sure what the actuall prob is now but the engine is running rich for some reason could be not enough fuel pressure could be a o2 sensor could be a number of sensors see if you can get it put on a scanner and find engine code will help better pinpoint problem

Posted on Aug 18, 2009

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SOURCE: it smokes from the tail

IF SMOKE IS WHITE AND A SWEET SMELL TO IT YOUR BURNING COOLANT
MAY BE HEAD GASKET

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SOURCE: R2 Motor Kia Sportage 1993

I assume this is diesel power sportage. most likely this is caused by low compression. have your engine checked for compression. pressure should be about 30kg/cm2 or 427 lbs/in2 when running at 200rpm.

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