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Old 26-05-11, 10:16 PM   #1
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Default Peugeot 307 HDi white smoke smelling diesel!!

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The car is a 2004 Peugeot 307 HDi 1.6 110 Bhp, the engine runs really rough and when it warms up it smokes really bad, the smoke is white and smells diesel!
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the Turbo was changed, the injectors ( twice ), the fuel HP pump, the timing belt, the tank was removed and cleaned, and still nothing, the same shit! it still smokes white and stinks of diesel!
We have done a diagnostic check with planet and here are the faults coming up: ( see attachement )
Also, the strange thing is:
on the diagnostics, under, engine ECU parameters, the option thats says: cylinder injector flow correction, it shows low values like 0.59 %
on my own 307 HDi which runs fine, i have checked the parameters and it shows 100.62 %
Can someone please explain to me what this means, i have included photos from the diagnostic screen of the faulty car and the good car for you to see
1st picture is the bad car, 2nd picture is the good one
What could be the problem with this car?
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Old 26-05-11, 11:42 PM   #2
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Check your engine oil level, if it's over the dipstick limit, that might be the cause.

If you can smell antifreeze (sweetish) bad news - a gasket's gone.

Try diesel injector cleaner, cheap and sometimes shifts some gunk.
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Check your engine oil level, if it's over the dipstick limit, that might be the cause.

If you can smell antifreeze (sweetish) bad news - a gasket's gone.

Try diesel injector cleaner, cheap and sometimes shifts some gunk.
Hi, engine oil level is good, new oil + new oil filter...etc
no smell of antifreeze and the car cant be driven like this so diesel injector cleaner is not an option
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Old 27-05-11, 01:26 AM   #4
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You say the injectors have been changed, they have been coded to the engine ECU right?
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Old 27-05-11, 02:32 AM   #5
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You say the injectors have been changed, they have been coded to the engine ECU right?
yes, they have been coded
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What are the fault codes coming up as? You didn't post them.

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Operating Methods in service box say this about Injector Flow
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What are the fault codes coming up as? You didn't post them.

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hi, thanks for your reply
yes i was trying to attach the pdf but it wont let me due to the size, i will try again later
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White smoke = steam = coolant getting into cylinder via dodgy gasket.

Someone earlier suggested this might be the fault.

Perhaps low reading indicates water in cylinder taking up space meant for diesel - so less diesel is injected hence low flow rate.

Or perhaps I'm talking bollix - which is quite possible.
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Check the valve timing.
Check the turbo, What was wrong with the original one?
Did you remove the sump and or the vac pump for carbon buildup on the gauzes?
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