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Navara 2.5 diesel only reaching 2,000 rpm

The engine only reaches 2,000 rpm and blows blue smoke?

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Hi there.
Your answer could be either Exhaust muffler blocked.Air cleaner dirty,fuel filter dirty or blocked,bad fuel, brakes binding.

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Blue smoke is oil. Compression check. and check plugs for fouling.

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SOURCE: 1996 nissan navara diesel

IF ENGINE SMOKING WHITE INCORRECT INJECTION TIMING TIMING RETARDED FUEL FULL OF AIR BUBBLES. IF YOU SEE BLACK SMOKE TIMING IS ADVANCED. IF YOU SEE LOT OF HEAVY BLUE SMOKE LOW COMPRESSION ENGINE BURNING OIL.

Posted on Jul 26, 2011

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