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Car smoking my car smokes, when it as been stud for a few hours, its dessel it is burning, when i go down the road it clears in a few yards and when i put the diagnostic tester it keeps saying misfire on 3 ,ihave put a new injecter in and its still te same the head as been off and taken to head masters a stickie vale i was told ihave set the injekers up nothing seems to work can u help.

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  • anthonyhalli May 22, 2009

    sorry its bluish and its missfiring on 3

  • anthonyhalli May 22, 2009

    thank you very much.

  • anthonyhalli May 22, 2009

    the causc of this, the turbo blow and the engine jumped a tooth as i stoped the car and turned it off ,i then started it and turned it off again so i beleave i jumped then, so i agree its more likely to be vales seals.wold u agree.

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    Is it smoking black smoke or bluish ?

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If it's bluish it means tht it's burning engine oil, probabely the piston rings on this particular cylinder has gone it could even be the oil rings. It's better you take a compression test on all the cylinders you may find that the # 3 could be the lowest.
Maybe too tht the valves could be the culprit and the seals too on this particular cylinder.
Hope this helps!

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    Murtaza Akberali Versi May 23, 2009

    The bluish smoke is due to the turbo thn , it must have be allowing oil (thro the bearings of the turbo) into the combustion chamber via the inlet.

    The timming having jumped one tooth ..I guess it would not do so as the turbo has nothing to do wth the timming.



    The jumping of a tooth ..did it jump to ****** or advance? (Probabely it may have jumped from the T-Belt)



    After you telling me about the turbo, I think the valve seals should be ok. I reckon the oil from the turbo must have been gushing into the combustion chamber.

    Better is to replace the turbo and reset the timming and thn see whats the outcome.

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