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#1 ANDY7931

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Posted 24 November 2010 - 12:31 AM

HI
I WAS WANTING SOME INFO ON MY MONDEO AS WHEN YOU PUT YOUR BOOT DOWN AND THE TURBO KICKS IN AT ABOUT 1600 RPM THERE IS LOADS OF BLACK SMOKE!!!
I HAVE PUT A NEW EGR VALVE ON AND LOOKED THE INTERCOOLER PIPES WHICH ARE FINE.
WHEN I LIFT OFF THE VACCUME PIPE THAT GOS TO THE EGR VALVE THE SMOKE STOPS RIGHT A WAY. WHEN YOUR GOING UP THE MOTORWAY THERE ISNT ANY SMOKE
EVEN AT 90 BUT IT DOS SEAM TO BE USING OIL THO IT HAS DONE 71000 MILES HOPE SOMEONE CAN HELP THANKS ANDY

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Posted 24 November 2010 - 05:28 PM

Hi Andy

probably nothing just needs cleaning.
i would just shove some MILLERS additive through it.(which fuel do you normally use is it supermarket).


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Posted 24 November 2010 - 05:48 PM

Hi Andy

probably nothing just needs cleaning.
i would just shove some MILLERS additive through it.(which fuel do you normally use is it supermarket).


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HI TOM
I use BP as i know that the supermarkets are not as clean.
I have put some STP injector cleaner through it and then went to lincoln which is about 280 miles round trip from me but it didnt seam to make too much diffrence. It is doing about 43 mpg around town and about 52 mpgs on the motorway.
Its just that when I remove the vaccume pipe it stops smoking which is odd? but it is using oil so I am a bit stuck on what to do any ideas ?????
thanks Andy

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Posted 24 November 2010 - 08:56 PM

Hi Andy

only info i have for this is EGR valve sticking, causing excessive black smoke on acceleration.
ALL MODELS FROM 2003 onwards, also mentions Excessive diesel knock.
remedy given is fit MODIFIED EGR valve.

thats all i have

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Posted 25 November 2010 - 09:48 AM

if you have put a new egr valve on it should have been the modified one supplied, if the car is using oil and the smoke is when the turbo kicks in it could be the turbo oil seals that are starting to wear.

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Posted 25 November 2010 - 08:42 PM

if you have put a new egr valve on it should have been the modified one supplied, if the car is using oil and the smoke is when the turbo kicks in it could be the turbo oil seals that are starting to wear.



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Posted 25 November 2010 - 08:51 PM

HI
WELL THAT SOUNDS LIKE MINE BLACK SMOKE AND THE KNOCKING LOL
WHAT IS THIS MODIFIED EGR VALVE?
THE ONE ON MINE HAS AN ELECTRICAL PLUG AND A VACCUME PIPE TOO!
DOS ANYONE KNOW WERE TO GET ONE AND HOW MUCH ARE? AND WHAT IS THE MODIFICATION?
THANKS ANDY

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Posted 26 November 2010 - 02:20 PM

Hi Andy

i would check with the dealer who sold it to you, also check at your local ford dealers.
they normally have a technical department & can be quite helpful sometimes if you get the right person.

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