Question about Toyota Land Cruiser
Black smoke generally indicates the engine is running rich (too much fuel) this could be caused by a number of things, I would start by changing the air filter and running some quality fuel system cleaner.
if that doesn't help then you might have a faulty injector(s) or it could be in need of spark plugs and plug wires. there are quite a few problems that could cause this, even something as simple as a coolant temp sensor being faulty.
hope this helps
Posted on May 24, 2011
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