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    Hello guys,

    I have mini pajero 96 model manual on petrol I am facing problems of white smoke from my silencer since past few months and today of got worst and is giving a lot of continuous white smoke the engine temperature needle is normal can anyone please help me urgently on this. Acceleration is good pick up is good


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    If smoke has a pungent smell then its a clear indication of worn piston ring and it could be because of using contaminated fuel,get it checked.
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    It could be due to injector or their actuation, especially if you've got CNG emulator installed. Usually the installation is not very good and due to poor wiring, injectors flood and hence white smoke.

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    Do you have turbo model? if yes than there may be chance of turbo ring got brushed. By-pass turbo and i hope issue will be solved.
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    Syedmughees yes turbo ring has been brushed should I consider replacing the turbo or should I by pass it?

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    How should I get it bypassed I'm in Karachi please suggest

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    If you are referencing it white smoke in winters then its normal.

    Otherwise if you have coolant in your radiator (colored stuff) and you see white smoke this means your gasket is allowing coolant to enter into combustion chamber. In that case get its compression test done
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    Its the oil seal that is leaking can I replace the oil seal instead of replacing the whole turbo as said by the mechanic

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