You can drive a diesel engine, or any other type, blowing any colour smoke you wish. Though it is pretty foolish to smoke
why do u want it to stop blowing smoke man! blowing smoke is awsome and manly, and show power! be proud that your blowing smoke!
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Yes you can identify it by colour, smell and taste.
By the smell is the easiest way.
in a diesel engine, no power and blowing white smoke, indicates a bad turbo on the engine
its a diesel, you will see black smoke alot.
Have your injectors checked or changed, burnng to much fuel
Air filter dirty or bad injector
By smell. Each has a distinctive smell that is easily recognized.
One way is by doing the stationary desoot by a local dealer or mechanic shop !
It may be normal operation assuming all fluid levels are proper.
Check the fuel inlet area - if the car is supposed to run on diesel, it may state "Diesel Fuel Only". If it doesn't, chances are that it takes normal everyday fuel.
Because diesel is ignited of heat and high high compresion not a spark on lower compresion petrol engine. If you use diesel in a petrol you will end up with your engine knocking and pre-detonation followed by your engine blowing up pretty bad.
A combustion engine that isn't on the move, it's stationary regardless of engine speed. Applications for such a engine are typically generators for large buildings, such as hospitals where a heavy duty diesel engine (truck engine) is connected to a generator which in turn generates electricity.
Too much oil in the pan. Broken piston rings. Bad turbo bearing seals.
take vehicle to a shop that knows diesels and find out why the turbo is blowing out
i can only presume is lack of engine oil or adjustment on tappets( pls be more detailed)or diesel engine it being a injector blowing
you might want to think abought chaging your water pump
Black smoke is just unburnt fuel in a diesel if the vehicle is not modified in any way to make this happen then something is causing it to not burn it all, it will not harm it but you should figure out why its not burning all of its fuel. (most diesels will spit out a little black smoke)
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the diesel engine was invented in 1892 by Rudolf Diesel. the diesel engine was invented in 1892 by Rudolf Diesel.
it comes from Rudolf Diesel who invented the Diesel engine!From the inventor of the diesel engine, Rudolf Diesel.
Named for the inventor of the diesel engine- Rudolph Diesel.
Rudolph Diesel invented the diesel engine which uses diesel gas.