Air filter dirty or bad injector
Either the a/c is very dirty or the filter is falling apart.............
Most common problem is a dirty/clogged fuel filter restricting a good flow of fuel to the engine. Otherwise, the carburetor needs adjustment. Or, if the engine is blowing black smoke before it dies, check the spark plug and the air filter, or a too rich mixture from the carburetor.
the fuel filter is located right on top of engine. there is a big aluminum cylander with a black cap on it, you have to unscrew the cap to remove filter.
If you have black smoke coming out it would be because you have bad timings, i have a buddy who had that happen to his jeep and we replaced the spark plugs and air filter and fixed the timing and it solved the problem, but wen you blow black smoke its because of bad timing it happens with diesels to.
Blowing black smoke is indicative of an oil leak in the engine.
i had this problem recently i cleaned the egr valve and changed the maf senor the gas and air mixture is off the gas is burning rich
Why are black markets a problem
Black smoke is an indication that it is running too rich. The carburetor needs adjusting.
The fuel filter is located under the car in the rear, right in front of the left rear tire I believe. should have a black plastic cover over it. Remove the plastic cover to gain access to the fuel filter. the filter should have 4 hoses going into it, 3 of which have clamps. If the filter has never been replaced before it will have the factory clamp style ones, and if it has been replaced, it should have the screw style clamp. Good idea to clamp off the fuel lines before removing the hose clamps so you dont get soaked in fuel. Remove the hose clamps and hoses off the fuel filter and remove the filter from the black plastic clamp. Install in reverse order.
Yes, she was. She was replaced with Christian Coma.
Bad engine coolant sensor. Bad fuel injector. Plugged air filter.
This is most likely to be caused by the screen backlight not working - you need to get the backlight or inverter replaced.
The part that is visible (round black part) is the oil filter cartridge. Remove the cartridge and replace the paper filter and BOTH o-rings.
You can stop your 7.3L from blowing black smoke by verifying that it is burning fuel cleanly and make sure the fuel mix is not too rich. You can also verify that it is not burning any oil.
loss of power after,or with black smoke , indicates the turbo has quit.
Black smoke is a symptom of an overly rich fuel/air mixture.
Not running on all cylinders - bad spark plug? bad coil? Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
I had the same Problem, blowing black smoke and getting only about 6 mpg. try the fuel regulator valve.Now i get 14 mpg, and no smoke whatsoever.
There are 2 different types of smoke,white or black/purple-ish. White smoke indicates a problem with the water. Black/purple-ish indicates an oil problem. In your case with white smoke check the water and on rare occasions changing the air filter helps too.
resistor needs to be replaced it is under the glove box by the cabin filter remove the black round box you will see it
Taking into consideration that I have spent a lot of time and effort on my TD4 it could be the crankcase vent filter that needs to be replaced or a leak in the intercooler pipes, mine had the same problem and now eventually the Turbo died a sudden death after 370000 km !
there is a filter but im not sure where but i found it in confings
Open hood you will see a push pin clip on right side of cowl remove pin and pick up black vent panel on windshield under wiper blade cabin filter can be replaced just pull up and out.