Question about 1987 Nissan Pickup
The black smoke blowing from your 1987 Nissan Pickup is an indication that your engine is either due for servicing or the engine is getting to the end of it's life span.
First, have you serviced your engine of when last did you service your engine? If you have serviced the engine and it's still blowing out the black smoke, then it means your engine is wearing out.
There is what we call "Ringing" here in my country. That is to say that the engine can be ringed. This will make the engine still serve you longer instead of you getting another engine. This will save cost.
Black smoke is not a good sign from the engine. So, you will have to contact your mechanic, in order to proceed with the ringing...
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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