Saturday Sept 25. Still no luck with the engine

Written by Jack van Ommen on September 25th, 2010

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My brother in law tells me to do some more tests before throwing in the towel.

You all have a much better weekend than I plan on. I want to get out of Dodge, find a hot shower and a Sunday service I can comprehend and go to communion. But this is most likely just what the Lord planned for me and the answer will be revealed and when it does I will share it with you. I promise.


2 Comments so far ↓

  1. To my knowledge black smoke is an indicator for bad injectors.

  2. I just did a little more research:
    “Leaky injectors will richen the air/fuel mixture and cause black smoke. Also a dirty air filter or a collapsed intake hose can cause black smoke.”

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