My car is producing black smokes and i am told to replace turbo charger, and MAP sensor ( Air control assy) to fix the issue.

My car is producing black smokes and i am told to replace turbo charger, and MAP sensor ( Air control assy) to fix the issue.

please suggest is it really required to change the above parts and in case it is required than what will be the cost of these parts.

car details:

Ford Fiesta ( Diesel)

Dec 2008

Starter Asked on March 29, 2017 in Car Parts.
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Starter Answered on April 11, 2017.
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Black Smoke – this is the most well-known one and is extremely only an awkwardness noticeable all around to fuel proportion – an excess of fuel to insufficient air. This implies either an excessive amount of fuel is being added to the blend or there’s insufficient oxygen being provided to consume the fuel. The black smoke is loaded with particulates that are essentially extensive diesel particles that ordinarily would be singed as fuel. Any way you take a gander at it, a diesel truck producing black smoke won’t be getting the ideal fuel mileage it ought to get. Most basic reasons for black smoke are flawed injectors, a broken injector pump, a terrible air channel (making insufficient oxygen be provided), an awful EGR valve (making the valves stop up) or even an awful turbocharger. Some of these are simple fixes. Refer website to get more details.

Starter Answered on March 1, 2018.
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