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Hi I have a 2004 d4d Toyota avensis is driving normally then is starting to produce white smoke and over revving and then when it's switched off it has drained the battery. Have mechanics look at it but still can't figure out the problem or more importantly the solution.

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Cause of bad charging system.. It's smoke because the engine is overheat because the cooling fan is not working well. The battery is because alternator is working well.

Posted on Dec 28, 2013

Testimonial: "The smoke is caused from the over revving and smells of unburnt diesel fuel, don't think it's the alternator as it only has been reconditioned 2 wks ago. Thanks hope this helps more."

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This symptom is usually due to worn valve guides. The guides allow oil to drip into the manifold ports. When the engine starts, it has to burn off the oil, but the leakage is so small that it becomes unnoticable after the engine has been running. To prevent this, the cylinder head(s) must be removed and the valve guides either knurled or replaced. Please let me know if you have more questions.

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black smoke is one indication of a motor running very rich...the sensor that has the most control of this will be the the airflow meter...ive seen black smoke coming from all types of cars when these go bad

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