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Old 22-10-14, 06:06 PM   #1
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hi guys ive got a 2007 Boxer van to work on and it runs rough and bellows out smoke.

I've unplugged each injector in turn and it seems number 3 is not doing anything, whether it's the injector or the cylinder at fault idk. The smoke is thick white/blue and it just doesn't clear not even when the engine is warm. My obd scanner said all 4 injector circuits were open (obviously as i unplugged them).

What should I be looking at doing now?

I am a qualified mechanic but I don't do diesels lol!
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hi guys ive got a 2007 Boxer van to work on and it runs rough and bellows out smoke.

I've unplugged each injector in turn and it seems number 3 is not doing anything, whether it's the injector or the cylinder at fault idk. The smoke is thick white/blue and it just doesn't clear not even when the engine is warm. My obd scanner said all 4 injector circuits were open (obviously as i unplugged them).

What should I be looking at doing now?

I am a qualified mechanic but I don't do diesels lol!
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white/blue smoke is burning engine oil could be turbo, valve stem seal or damaged piston/liner

have you had a compression test done

you never said what engine it is
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white/blue smoke is burning engine oil could be turbo, valve stem seal or damaged piston/liner

have you had a compression test done

you never said what engine it is

Yeah sorry that would help lol, it's a 2.2 hdi so no turbo. Litterally smoking and running rough I don't know where to begin so I suggested a fuel filter change.

You think a compression test is needed then?
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Yeah sorry that would help lol, it's a 2.2 hdi so no turbo. Litterally smoking and running rough I don't know where to begin so I suggested a fuel filter change.

You think a compression test is needed then?
have a read of that link as I would subject having a look at live data in planet
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