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Jaguar x type 2.0 turbo diesel 2006. Car was smoking really badly in all gears black like sut, really rough idling. And sounds like it has breathing problems almost like it's not running on all cylinders. Was told to change turbo and EGR Valve, have changed them but still exactly same problem but now seems like there is no fuel pressure when I loosen the fuel inlet to injection. I haven't tried changing fuel filter or fuel pump. Anyone think it would be that simple or would there be a more significant problem?

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I have exactly the same problem on my x type 2.0 turbo diesel 2006. Problem occurred all of a sudden while driving, was told to change turbo and EGR valve, but same problem. Took to dealers and they advised because it has so many error faults coming from the engine it would be cheaper to change the engine. Will be trying this unless I can get some other advise.

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