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Noisy engine hi i have a transit connect tdci the trouble i'm getting is a whistling wheezing type noise from the engine compartment when i apply pressure on the accelerator pedal and it goes when i ease down on the pedal the more pressure i apply the loader it gets thanks.

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Hallo
if black smoke from exhaust follows accelator pedal check preasure (rubber) hoses from turbo charger to intercooller to engine for leeaks and/or cracks.
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