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2011L Smoking problem


Created On Tuesday April 26, 2011 18:51 Diesel Talk
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bkmech
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Note Tuesday April 26, 2011 18:51 View thread in raw text format
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2011L with 200 hrs on it. Smokes black at idle and full throttle When you lower rpms to idle quickly it almost stalls misses, blows some white smoke, then idles better and again blows black smoke. Changed air filters fuel filters checked transfer pump pressure. Any ideas?
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Specker
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Sounds like it may be starving for fuel.

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