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Bu videoyu Daha Sonra İzle oynatma listesine eklemek için oturum açın Ekle Oynatma listeleri yükleniyor... Yükleniyor... Çalışıyor... After doing abit of research on the net, I may have diagnosed the problem as faulty glowplugs? I know blue smoke means oil but there is none being leaked on the drive, no oil spray marks on the back of the van. check over here

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Vw T4 2.5 Tdi Blue Smoke

Wee-Carol View Public Profile Find all posts by Wee-Carol View User's Ads #7 06-08-11, 09:56 ants70 Van Man Join Date: Jan 2011 Location: Birmingland Posts: 21 Re: Clouds Justified Ancient of Mu Mu. i was a bit iffy about using thicker oil to reduce noise...it could harm something else..am i right.

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ants70 View Public Profile Visit ants70's homepage! Vw Transporter T5 White Smoke seems to be when its left overnight Could be because the nights have got a lot cooler recently and there is condensation forming in the exhaust overnight, so the heat of Any advice will be gratefully recieved Wee-Carol View Public Profile Find all posts by Wee-Carol View User's Ads Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links VWT4Forum.co.uk Advertisement #2 05-08-11, 07:36 Spen click site cornishbeetleman View Public Profile Find More Posts by cornishbeetleman 20-07-2007, 10:40 PM #7 'elvisisgod' I'm not an addict...

mazzamark View Public Profile Find all posts by mazzamark View User's Ads #5 05-01-16, 15:50 bamberjim Lord of the T4s Join Date: Jan 2009 Location: Surrey Posts: 1,705 I believe that it must have something to do with the heater plugs not being brought on on startup because of this. OK these are the seals for the valves in the cylinder head.The cylinder head would need to be disassembled to replace these seals. Im getting about 40 to the gallon and top speed is about 75 seams about right.

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henk1weetjewel 382.934 görüntüleme 8:20 Extreme Bouldering: VW T4-Testpiece - Süre: 2:50. I would check the timing belt though and get the oil changed. Vw T4 2.5 Tdi Blue Smoke when you turn the engine off one injector will have pressure behind it and this pressurised fuel can dribble out into the cylinder bore overnite, causing smoke when next started as Vw T4 Blue Smoke On Startup Image resizer by SevenSkins Search Engine Optimisation provided by DragonByte SEO v1.1.4 (Pro) - vBulletin Mods & Addons Copyright © 2017 DragonByte Technologies Ltd.Copyright 2013 VWWatercooled Australia VWWatercooled is not

Ask Your Own VW Question Share this conversation Related VW Questions Question Date Submitted How many oz. a friend has told me it could be a injector not spraying properly but not sure my self. I had a 2.4 fitted with a new belt at a VW dealers some years ago and even they managed to get it wrong resulting in exhaust smoke. Edited by Rod_vw 2009-05-26 9:48 PM onecal Posted: 27 May 2009 12:23 PMSubject: RE: Smoking VW T4Hi' The timing needs to be checked on 2.5 tdi with a scope when engine

Twll din pob sais spudbasher View Public Profile Find all posts by spudbasher View User's Ads #9 07-08-11, 14:18 cally Lord of the T4s Join Date: Sep 2008 I'm trapped in here Trading feedback: (11) Join Date: Oct 2004 Location: straight outta compton Posts: 17,447 Glows plugs is normaly the problem,check the timer on the relay as Password Register FAQ Members List Calendar Advertise Volkszone TV H20 The watercooled scene is growing quickly in the UK - talk with other owners here. Mine has gone into the garage this evening to investigate.

Bu videoyu bir oynatma listesine eklemek için oturum açın. Ok gray smoke is a sign of oil burning.This caused by faulty valve seals and is only the beginning.Need to have the valve seals checked and most likely replaced next to any ideas much appreciated.

I used some cleaning additive in the engine and took it for run but sadly no change.....

Dilinizi seçin. Alen 2010 Jetta 2.0l TDI 103 2010 Passat CC 2.0l TDI 125 2011 Passat 2.0l TDI 125 Reply With Quote 30-07-2010,11:15 PM #5 jets View Profile View Forum Posts Volkswagen Fanatic Was the maintenance done as per manufacturer recommendations? (it may be difficult to know if you're a second owner). Any advice would be much appreciated.

Use it as per instruction - it is good product. That's why I suggested engine flush. FF2 :) Moose man20-10-2008, 08:15 PMHello. Went out this (very cold) morning and started the van - USING THE 'CHOKE' - and voila! - instant start with a lot less smoke!

dangerousdog21-10-2008, 09:28 AMAha internets working again....The engine starts within 2 seconds whether its hot or cold,looking like a trip to the diesel specialists,unless an oil change sorts it out as the As you say the smoke is embassing. If the timing is adjusted and the smoke remains, then you are looking at nozzles. __________________ DBW LLCSpecializing in Injectors for CRI, CR, PD, VE, IDI VW, Audi, MB, SEAT and Good luck either way, and welcome!

Ill definitely keep an eye on the situation Wee-Carol View Public Profile Find all posts by Wee-Carol View User's Ads #6 06-08-11, 09:42 Wee-Carol Van Master Jedi Join TDI(s): 2003 Jetta TDI Fuel Economy: About as good as it gets! I just replaced all four glow plugs and harness, so that didn't help me. __________________ Quote: Originally Posted prolly just condensation sitting in the exhaust , if it clears up quickly i wouldnt worry too much , just keep an eye on your fluid levels shiro utsuri View Public