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How could you identify the exact fault of a stationary diesel engine excessively blowing white smoke?


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2015-07-15 18:41:41
2015-07-15 18:41:41

Sounds like water is getting into the engine. You could look to see if there are air bubbles in the radiator while engine is running this is usually a good indicator of a blown head gasket or other coolent leak.


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You can drive a diesel engine, or any other type, blowing any colour smoke you wish. Though it is pretty foolish to smoke

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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.

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By the smell is the easiest way.

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