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Diesel fuel injection fault light keeps coming on , loss of power black smoke from exhaust.

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  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    Black smoke comes out when revved up and not runing level ,very ******* fuel ,new exhaust sensors recently fitted

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    I was on the highway, I heard a bang then I lost engine power and black smoke was coming out if the exhaust. I stopped and began driving and noticed it took a long time for the truck to gain speed

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Get your injectors tested. an be problematic

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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

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