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Old 01-25-2013, 01:29 PM
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Smokey When Cold.....

As its been real cold lately, and I assume it's normal, but why are diesel's smokey when you first start them in the cold. Shortly after, it goes away. Good thing I can plug it in!
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it is due to incomplete combustion do it it being cold as she warms up the combustion efficiency is improved and you dont "smoke" aka unburnt fuel
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Okay, thanks. Well, that explains it then. Now to go wash off this ugly metal rotting salt!!
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