Black is excessive fuel, or rich.
Black smoke is an indication that the fuel/air mixture is far too rich. The black smoke is excess fuel being burnt.
Black smoke is excessive fuel, or "rich." It is probably flooding out at idle. Either the floats in the carb, or the needle, and seat.
Black smoke usually indicates too much fuel in the air fuel mixture. A check of computer codes may show a bad sensor that is confusing the system.
Black exhaust smoke means the engine is burning too much fuel. The first think you should check is your air-filter and other intake components like the fuel injectors and the fuel pressure regulator.
the black smoke is unburnt fuel. you need a leaner air/fuel mixture.
Black smoke usually means the engine is running too rich. The fuel/air mixture is incorrect. Blue smoke is oil burning.
Black smoke is a sign of an overly rich fuel mixture. Blue smoke is burning oil. Either can be caused by many things. Take it to a professioanal.
Blue smoke = Burning oil Black Smoke = Overly rich fuel/air mixture White Smoke = Coolant entering the combustion chamberBlue smoke = Burning oil Black Smoke = Overly rich fuel/air mixture White Smoke = Coolant entering the combustion chamber
Black smoke is an indication of an overly rich fuel/air mixture. This will destroy your catalytic converter and O2 sensor so have it repaired ASAP.
The black smoke that a diesel engine blows out is fuel that is unburned. The black smoke can be caused from over-fueling, poor fuel quality, or dirty or worn fuel injectors.
Excess fuel causes black smoke.