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Nochmals, tut mir leid aber schwarzer Rauch beim Kaltstart

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Sehe bild bitte, bisschen gas geben mit kaltstart...fast schon ofters erwähnt

abder trotzdem stelle ich die frage noch mal.....

seht mehr aus wie Öl anstelle von Ruß...oder Ruß  und Kondensation

 miteinander vermischt?:/

Is das normal...?

 

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Kondenswasser mit Ruß vermischt - einfach mal gescheit warm fahren und nochmal testen.... Bin mir fast sicher, dass das dann weg ist.... Muss ja nicht immer direkt vom Schlimmsten ausgehen. 

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danke, nein, das macht er immer wieder....also mit kaltstart meine ich.

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Laufleistung?

Wartungshistorie?

Wie alt sind Dieselfilter und Luftfilter?

Wie alt sind die PDE?

Wie alt ist der Turbo?

Steuerzeiten im Soll?

Ölverbrauch?

 

Fährt der Wagen Kurzstrecke oder Langstrecke? Ist die Beobachtung von dem vorherigen Fahrtprofil abhängig?

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vor 2 Minuten schrieb Romulus:

Laufleistung? Normal

Wartungshistorie? Keine ahnung wer weiss das den..?

Wie alt sind Dieselfilter und Luftfilter? Luftfilter neu, dieselfilter keine ahnung

Wie alt sind die PDE? Keine ahnung wer weiss das den..?

Wie alt ist der Turbo? Keine ahnung wer weiss das den..?

Steuerzeiten im Soll?

Ölverbrauch? Fast 0

 

Fährt der Wagen Kurzstrecke oder Langstrecke? Ist die Beobachtung von dem vorherigen Fahrtprofil abhängig?

Mehr Kurzstrecke aber genugend Langstrecke.

 

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vor 25 Minuten schrieb Math:

Laufleistung? Normal - Er wollte eher eine Zahl in KM â la 200.000 km ;)

Wartungshistorie? Keine ahnung wer weiss das den..?- Das Serviceheft, in dem die Inspektionen und Ölwechsel stehen

Wie alt sind Dieselfilter und Luftfilter? Luftfilter neu, dieselfilter keine ahnung - --> je nach Laufleistung wechseln

Wie alt sind die PDE? Keine ahnung wer weiss das den..?

Wie alt ist der Turbo? Keine ahnung wer weiss das den..?

Steuerzeiten im Soll?

Ölverbrauch? Fast 0- --> wie viel auf 30.000 km? Musst du nachfüllen?

 

Fährt der Wagen Kurzstrecke oder Langstrecke? Ist die Beobachtung von dem vorherigen Fahrtprofil abhängig?

Mehr Kurzstrecke aber genugend Langstrecke.- --> Kuck, ob das immer noch passiert, nachdem du mehr als 100km gefahren bist

 

Wenn du kein Ölverbrauch hast, kann es sein, dass unverbrannter Diesel sich mit Ruß vermischt bei Kurzstreckenverkehr ansammelt und dann sowas rauswirft.

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vor 28 Minuten schrieb Frickler:

 

Wenn du kein Ölverbrauch hast, kann es sein, dass unverbrannter Diesel sich mit Ruß vermischt bei Kurzstreckenverkehr ansammelt und dann sowas rauswirft.

Das verstehe ich,,,aber kann mann da etwas dran machen..???

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Vorstand:

Ich habe Beiträge in diesem Thread entfernt.

Bitte kein Off-Topic im Technik-Bereich.

 

- Nagah

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Nochmals, tut mir leid......aber (viel) Schwarzer rauch kaltstart und bisschen gas geben, ich habe wirklich keinen ahnung mehr wo ich noch weiter suchen soll....jemand?

Fur den rest keine probleme mit Öl verbruach, leistung usw... Ich habe heute biodiesel getankt, das gleiche....

 

danke

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Moderator:

Thema am vorherigen angehängt. Bitte nicht neue Themen starten für alte Fragen.

 

Wo bekommt man heute noch B100 Biodiesel? Nach DIN EN 14214? :kratz:

 

Und ansonsten, siehe unten die Richtung für deine Suche:

Am 19.11.2018 um 15:03 schrieb Romulus:

Laufleistung?

Wartungshistorie?

Wie alt sind Dieselfilter und Luftfilter?

Wie alt sind die PDE?

Wie alt ist der Turbo?

Steuerzeiten im Soll?

Ölverbrauch?

 

Fährt der Wagen Kurzstrecke oder Langstrecke? Ist die Beobachtung von dem vorherigen Fahrtprofil abhängig?

 

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Ich wohne in Holland da gibst GTL, HVO,  CO2 Saving Diesel 100 usw.....falsche benamung gebracht ja ist kein Bio...

 

Ja mit fragen wie ¨ ...

wie alt sind die PDE?

Wie alt ist der Turbo?/..¨ komme ich halt nicht weiter nochmals WER WEISS DAS DENN BEI A2 < 2005 ????

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Was hast denn genau getankt?

 

Die Antworten die du hier bekommen wirst, sind so gut wie die Angaben die du uns machst.

Beantworte die Fragen mal mit den näheren Angaben von Frickler:

 

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Vorstand:

 

Ich habe nun alle Off-Topic Beiträge entfernt.

Dies ist der Technik Bereich und in diesem bitte ausschliesslich sachdienliche Hinweise schreiben.

Wutausbrüche sind hier ebenso fehl am Platz, dazu bitte in die Plauderecke gehen.

 

-Nagah

 

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Falsch gemacht...
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Komm mal runter und beantworte doch einfach die Fragen. Kristallkugel ist meist ziemlich kaputt. Ohne systematischen Ansatz kommst Du nicht weiter. Und: Je größer die Schriftgröße umso weniger User werden sich angesprochen fühlen.

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:$Ich bin nicht Deutsch und muss viel Mit Google Translate machen....

kopieren und einfügen, und das geht nicht immer gut
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Vorstand:

Moment, hier diskriminiert niemand irgendwen. Das Thema ist in der Technikecke, da wird alles was nichts mit dem Thema zu tun hat gelöscht.

Wir haben auch einen Englischsprachigen Bereich, alternativ können evtl. die Kollegen im Holländischen A2 Forum helfen.
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vor 3 Minuten schrieb morgoth:

Vorstand:

Moment, hier diskriminiert niemand irgendwen. Das Thema ist in der Technikecke, da wird alles was nichts mit dem Thema zu tun hat gelöscht.

Wir haben auch einen Englischsprachigen Bereich, alternativ können evtl. die Kollegen im Holländischen A2 Forum helfen.

 

Was meint de dann mit ¨...Wutausbrüche sind hier ebenso fehl am Platz, dazu bitte in die Plauderecke gehen.¨ wie nennt man das den, Technik??

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ok danke Morgoth dan habe ich mir bisschen geirrt....entschuldigung.:$ mein Deutsch...:/.

ja das Englische forum is minimal ....und Holländischen A2 Forum verweissen ofters nach hier also.....

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fine, so ask the question in english anyway. We need more information.

 

 - Bret

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bret, what info?

I dont get it why this engine smokes heavily at cold start....I wonder if all 3 cyl.  1.4 TDI have this behaviour?

I dont know nothing concerning history PD, Turbo etc. 

I dont know of any vacuum leaks or bad components....changed filters etc. No specific error codes....no MIL light..nothing just black smoke whit little higher rev....  

For the rest no problems, runs just fine....(though I think I noticed some change when disconnecting Air Mass Meter, but probably im seeing ghosts)

Im kind a enviroment freak and this is quite annoying..i already told im looking for other car, but this diesel affair makes thing hopeless to sell...

(now they probably tell me to go to English forum..:D)

 

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So it is still the Nov 19th Problem at engine start? Just the splatter on the ground, or visible smoke behind the car? No more of this once it's running for a little while?

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Good that you are on speaking terms with us again. We are a very helpful bunch of enthousiastics, but the answers we can give are as good as the information we get.

 

We are talking about an AMF engine, not BHC engine, right?

How much did the car drive until now (km-stand)?

What do you know about service history?

How old are the fuel filter and air filter?

How old are the unit injectors? Were they ever replaced?

How old is the turbo? Has it ever been replaced?

Is the timing of the engine all right?

Does it consume notable amounts of oil?

Are there any DTC, failure codes to be read using OBDII?

 

Do you drive short or long distances? Is the effect depending on how you used the car before?

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vor 15 Minuten schrieb McFly:

So it is still the Nov 19th Problem at engine start? Just the splatter on the ground, or visible smoke behind the car? No more of this once it's running for a little while?

 

Both splatter and visible smoke af engine start, seems thé lower outside temperature, thé more.

When engine hot, nomore.

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vor 19 Minuten schrieb Romulus:

Good that you are on speaking terms with us again. We are a very helpful bunch of enthousiastics, but the answers we can give are as good as the information we get.

 

We are talking about an AMF engine, not BHC engine, right?

How much did the car drive until now (km-stand)?

What do you know about service history?

How old are the fuel filter and air filter?

How old are the unit injectors? Were they ever replaced?

How old is the turbo? Has it ever been replaced?

Is the timing of the engine all right?

Does it consume notable amounts of oil?

Are there any DTC, failure codes to be read using OBDII?

 

Do you drive short or long distances? Is the effect depending on how you used the car before?

 

AMF

206 tons

Service history almost nothing exept things i did myself

New airfilter fuel filter no

Injectors, turbo no info

Changed timing belt last year

No oil consumption

No DTC codes

Zitat

 

 

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Read the reported engine temperature at cold start and compare with the outside temperature. Should be fairly close to each other. If not, change the green temperature sensor:

 

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vor 4 Minuten schrieb Romulus:

Read the reported engine temperature at cold start and compare with the outside temperature. Should be fairly close to each other. If not, change the green temperature sensor:

 

 

Crossed my mind can give it a try, thanks, i have one from 1.9 TDI in my garage

How Read the reported engine temperature at cold start ? OBD?

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Yes, for instance using Torque. 

 

How long did you own the car now? How many kilometers driven since?

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At cold start: Black smoke, grey smoke, or white smoke?

The splatter is very likely due to only short operation intervalls accumulating condensate in the exhaust mixed with grime. Grime is always there, if it becomes worrisome you could think about a leaking exhaust return valve. Something, that reduces oxygen while still maintaining manifold pressure. Or PDEs that are wearing out due to age, i.e. that don't spray as fine as they used to do.

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vor 15 Minuten schrieb Romulus:

Yes, for instance using Torque. 

 

How long did you own the car now? How many kilometers driven since?

 

3 years 25000

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vor 21 Minuten schrieb McFly:

At cold start: Black smoke, grey smoke, or white smoke?

The splatter is very likely due to only short operation intervalls accumulating condensate in the exhaust mixed with grime. Grime is always there, if it becomes worrisome you could think about a leaking exhaust return valve. Something, that reduces oxygen while still maintaining manifold pressure. Or PDEs that are wearing out due to age, i.e. that don't spray as fine as they used to do.

Smoke Mixture of all...

Yeah all can be so true, i don't plan however on checking or replacement PDE.

Oh u Mean leaking EGR valve? Thought exhaust valve.

My guess would be to rich Mixture...due to leaking injectors but that also a wild guess

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So it is only a puff of smoke after startup? Like after a few seconds it's back to normal? That would indicate that either oil or fuel is accumulating in the engine while parked. That's typically leaking PDEs or some oil from leaking valve stem seals. I'd figure PDEs are more likely. If it would be white smoke it could also be coolant. Your coolant is clear and free of oil I assume w/o any loss?

 

But, if you don't want to investigate and fix it you'll have to live with it. 

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vor 7 Minuten schrieb McFly:

So it is only a puff of smoke after startup? Like after a few seconds it's back to normal? That would indicate that either oil or fuel is accumulating in the engine while parked. That's typically leaking PDEs or some oil from leaking valve stem seals. I'd figure PDEs are more likely. If it would be white smoke it could also be coolant. Your coolant is clear and free of oil I assume w/o any loss?

 

But, if you don't want to investigate and fix it you'll have to live with it. 

 

Yeah like i said....and that is a pain in thé ass...

 

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I don't get it. So what's your question then? You don't like the smoke, but you also don't want to do anything about it... :kratz:

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vor 25 Minuten schrieb McFly:

I don't get it. So what's your question then? You don't like like the smoke, but you also don't want to do anything about it... :kratz:

 

Now u assume it's thé PDE for sure, that's not the case yet and if So to much work...but somehow you're also right, but i don't like working on this car nomore except for small repairs

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Not for sure, but all indications are pointing that way unless somebody else here comes up with a simpler explanation. 

Do you have VCDS or similar? At least you could check on the PDE correction values to keep the idle stable. That would give a feeling if one is completely off. But I don't know if that would also indicate a probably leaking one...

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Simple start: temperature sensor.

If not that, probably PDE.

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vor 46 Minuten schrieb Romulus:

Simple start: temperature sensor.

If not that, probably PDE.

I don't suspect temperature sensor, thé gauge in thé Dash works fine, but for a start...

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There are two. Read the article and the wiki.

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It's a double temperature sensor. One for the dashboard and the other one for the engine control unit. The latter is the important one and delivers wrong numbers maybe. So you have to check.

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vor 9 Stunden schrieb Artur:

It's a double temperature sensor. One for the dashboard and the other one for the engine control unit. The latter is the important one and delivers wrong numbers maybe. So you have to check.

 

I know , 1 housing with 2 sensor,  G2/G62.

And G83....but u dont mean this one i guess.

i can swap it and give it a try...

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Nope. For the system it's still working. It doesn't know the sensor is lying. There seems to be no plausibility check.

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vor 1 Stunde schrieb Artur:

Nope. For the system it's still working. It doesn't know the sensor is lying. There seems to be no plausibility check.

 

Faulty sensor doesnt make sense to me,  then engine would be smoking all of the time if computer it thinks engine is to cold, to rich mixture and it does not, only at engine start it smokes.

Anyway I just to a look and swapped it with another working sensor (how do they manage to put that thing where it sits....so little working space like I said hate working on this engine)...
but no result like I thought so...and broke the electric connector on top...now hopefully it still connects properly...

I notice after some time smoke gets less...so like McFly my diagnosis are faulty PDE, fuel is accumulating in the engine, and that I aint gonna fix...

Still thing I find little bit strange that when I give a little gas it smokes heavily, at idle less...but that is probably due to the fact that it injects more fuel at higher rev and together with the fuel already in the engine its much more fuel...or?

 

Many thanks you all...(now can I still ask other things in English if i want to...:-))

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that depends. if the consumption is "too high", then it's possible that it's just because too much fuel is being burned... and then you get nice black smoke...

 

 - Bret

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vor 21 Minuten schrieb Math:

now can I still ask other things in English if i want to...:-)

As long as you give us the feeling that you appreciate and use our comments: of course! :)

 

vor 23 Minuten schrieb Math:

Faulty sensor doesnt make sense to me,  then engine would be smoking all of the time if computer it thinks engine is to cold, to rich mixture and it does not, only at engine start it smokes.



Diesel, no mixture, just injection of given quantity of fuel at a given moment. Too cold measured temperature would give hard running engine and higher idle rpm.

 

As said, symptoms could relate to the temperature sensor, which is a cheap and "easy" fix. Now that you excluded this one, you know what you might be up to. BTW, just a thought: I think that 206Tkm is rather young for serious engine trouble and fairly low for a 16+ years old diesel car. Are you sure about the mileage?

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vor 19 Minuten schrieb bret:

that depends. if the consumption is "too high", then it's possible that it's just because too much fuel is being burned... and then you get nice black smoke...

 

 - Bret

 

yeah but then again like I said it would be smoking all of the time and that it does not.......

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vor 15 Minuten schrieb Romulus:

As long as you give us the feeling that you appreciate and use our comments: of course! :)

 

Diesel, no mixture, just injection of given quantity of fuel at a given moment. Too cold measured temperature would give hard running engine and higher idle rpm.

 

As said, symptoms could relate to the temperature sensor, which is a cheap and "easy" fix. Now that you excluded this one, you know what you might be up to. BTW, just a thought: I think that 206Tkm is rather young for serious engine trouble and fairly low for a 16+ years old diesel car. Are you sure about the mileage?

 

Yes Im sure, I have Car-Pass...this I was thinking also a moment ago  206T km and PDE trouble so soon already..?

While ago I used Diesel spülung ....filter and liquid quite black......

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Does anybody know..if its injector problem, is there a way to indentify which injector(s) is causing problem?

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