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Pathfinder 05, black smoke and does not respond to pedal

My pathfinder will start but but idle violently, does not respond to acceleration pedal and black smoke coming out from exhaust.
Mechanic replaced O2 sensor and engine tune up before this happened.
Nissan dealer changed the fuel pump and still no fix.
Any idea?

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    STFU you piece of ****

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    Vehicle idles erratically and does not respond to the accelerator pedal

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