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Smoke from exhaust

Bought 03 93 2.2tid saab vector 59000k on clock a week ago av noticed when accelarating i see puffs of black smoke coming out of exhaust only happens sometimes in lower gears car recently serviced otherwise drives well is this the norm for a diesel

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You put 2 many oil in the engine

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