Check your air filter. Is it petrol or diesel? the most common cause is poor air flow to the engine. Hope this helps.
The year, make and model would be helpful.
White smoke coming from your tail pipe often indicates an issue with your coolant. The smoke comes from burning coolant. The engine sputters and white smoke is likely an issue with the head gasket.
Black smoke = excessive fuel entering the engine
Black smoke from an engine is caused by unburnt fuel.
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.
smoke contains carbon (not CO2 or CO) which is black. this is due to incomplete combustion. In clean burning fuels such as ethanol the flame is invisible.
The color of the smoke will help identify the problem. Blue smoke is engine or transmission oil. Black smoke, excess fuel. White smoke, engine coolant.
In a diesel engine, blue smoke is an indication of oil being burned. Black smoke means that there is incomplete combustion of the fuel. White smoke can be seen when raw diesel fuel is not being burned.
blue smoke is oil. white smoke is water. black smoke is unburnt fuel
What color the smoke is makes a difference, blue smoke=engine oil, black smoke=excess fuel, white smoke=engine coolant.
It is buring oil this is a wrong answer whe engine burn oil to the exhaust smoke is a heavy white smoke no black
Black smoke is caused by excessive fuel in the engine
loss of power after,or with black smoke , indicates the turbo has quit.
Sometimes jet engines do not completely burn their fuel, resulting in a visible smoke trail behind the aircraft due to incomplete combustion and the inclusion of non-hydrocarbon impurities.
Blue smoke = excessive motor oil. Black smoke = excessive fuel. White smoke = engine coolant
excessive or unburnt fuel.
you mean the car Ҽxhaust?
A bad air filter can cause black smoke or bad fuel injector and maf,tp sensor
If an engine is running rich, it is receiving and burning too much fuel and that will yield black smoke. If an engine is somehow burning oil, that will yield white smoke.
There are three types of smoke that will exhust from your gasoline engine: White smoke, actually is steam from condensation of water within the muffler and exhust system. Number two is Black smoke, this is from unburned fuel. The engine is running far richer that it needs to be. Number three is blue smoke. This is usually associated with oil comsumption.
White smoke means water, blue/black smoke means oil, black smoke can also mean the fuel mixture is too rich.
Unburnt fuel in exhaust.
Blowing black smoke is indicative of an oil leak in the engine.
the engine is burning oil. blue smoke oil white smoke antifreeze black smoke excess fuel