While diesel engines are typically louder than gasoline engines, there are some noises that indicate trouble. If your diesel engine begins to clang, grind or rattle, an early diagnosis of the problem is essential for preventing further damage.
There are a variety of engine problems that can lead to excessive smoke, from general wear and tear to fuel and oil problems. You need knowledgeable technicians to find the issue and get your vehicle back on the road.
Worn or faulty glow plugs may cause ignition problems from idling to increased smoke emissions. Hard starting and misfiring are also signs that your glow plugs are in need of replacing.
Faulty glow plugs, a bad battery and dirty lubricants are just some of the engine issues that can lead to hard starting. You need a thorough diagnostic to find and repair your engine problems.
Is your turbocharger acting strange? If you notice a loud whining sound, excessive smoke or a decrease in power, it could be time for routine turbocharger maintenance.
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