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Keep getting e 1 code on a master 190000 and tank is full also air pres.wont go above 1 psi with out blowing black smoke badly

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can anyone tell me where the intercooler is on a 05 plate jaguar x type 2.0 diesel thanks

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Black smoke from a diesel is caused by overfueling, even with a banks the engine obviously is burning the fuel efficiently. Black smoke will not make your truck produce more power, i am not sure why you would want this to happen anyway.

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From statement "But still white smoke bad when it warms up". Check valve clearence

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