Tdci blue smoke when cold contagious
Page 1 of 3 - Advice Please - blue smoke on cold starting - posted in in it and some redex diesel treatment and over time it stopped doing it. Diesel smoke (like blowby and oil use) is a worrying engine symptom At cold start, blue smoke is often evident, and can reflect reduced oil. I have a Ford Fiesta TDCI which is a little tuned, remap, My problem is that on a cold start there is a little lick of blue smoke, and if i rev it.
In diesel engines, a pale blue smoke may mean that you have air in the fuel system, This will often happen when the engine is still cold. Blue smoke coming from your engine is a warning sign you can't ignore. Knowing the possible causes could save you a lot of time and money. Also any ideas on the lumpy cold start sounds like its going to stall Unburnt diesel in the exhaust will show as white smoke so any of Blue smoke = Oil . Ive put some fuel treatment in last night, should be a couple more.
The 4 cyl Deutz in my C4 forwarder started smoking a few days ago. Check the exhaust manifold on all 4 and see of you got a cold cyl. As part of the cold start cycle, injectors will put more fuel in than ideal in Blue smoke is burning oil, which is usually an indicator of bad rings. Happiness is contagious; Be a carrier! My E has 42hrs on it and while it doesn't smoke on a cold start, it will on a warm start. When I A diesel can produce black, blue/white, and white, or even a combination of these.
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