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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: diesel fuel injection fault
Black smoke usually means a fuel problem, try changing the fuel filter and get an injector cleaner from tesco's or asda they're about £3 to£5, if your gonna change your fuel filter you might as well change the oil and filter and the air filter at the same time
Posted on Jun 26, 2008
SOURCE: black smoke from exhaust
This is almost certainly a split hose - mine was the large hose coming out of the bottom of the EGR valve.
Speaking to a parts guy at my local Jaguar dealer, he said that the new part is uprated as Jaguar are aware that this is a problem.
The split allows more air in and results in the ECU changing the mixture and over fuelling - Black smoke is an indication of un-burnt Diesel. As well as the black smoke you may also notice a whistle/whine or sucking noise when you accelerate and a lack of power / lumpiness at around 2000rpm.
Hope that helps!
Posted on Aug 01, 2008
Take it to an Autozone or O'Reillys and they will test the computer for you. It should have set a code, but you don't know if the code light works so its your best bet. Sounds like it is running rich and the crankshaft module is not advancing the timing.
Posted on May 11, 2009
To begin with, check for fuel in engine oil and do a compression test. If fuel system is not functioning properly (running rich) that will point you in one direction (temp sender, pressure regulator , map or airflow sensor etc) If compression is low, you may have internal engine problem (burned piston, broken ring, or combination of fuel problem causing gas washed cylinders)
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Try this: With the ignition ON but radio OFF, press in and hold the INFO button and turn volume control until the menu appears. Now choose CONFIRMATION and Enter. Go down and select SERVICE and press Enter. Select RESET and then Enter. Backup to the main menu and now turn ignition off. This should remove it.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
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