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white smoke usually means your engine is getting too much fuel, maybe your timing is out. this may also explain eratic power. the knocking may could either be down to the release bearing or end float on your crank. i have the same problem =[

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Q: What makes a peugeot 106 1993 94 diesel produce white smoke when in low gear and makes power to car erratic also when car in neutral there is a knocking sound until you put the clutch in?
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