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I have a vw 2.0 sdi caddy 06 and have had the head gasket changed but now i have a lot of smoke when revving and very lumpy on idle. can anyone help me find the settings and sequence to set all my injectors up.

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I suspect something is wrong with the head gasket proceedure. A head gasket failure is not the gasket itself, but something else is wrong, manifesting as a gasket. and yes, the gasket can be torn, but the gasket is a victim, not the cause. Usually there is head warpage but sometimes cracks. the lots of smoke sounds like coolant. Pressure test the cooling system...This is not likely an injector issue.

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