Why is the smoke coming out of my diesel tractor?
A diesel tractor can produce different colors of smoke and they can cause your tractor to run rough. Typically, the smoke is white, black, or blue. The most common color is black. When black smoke is coming out of your tractor, this means that there is an imbalance in the air-to-fuel ratio within the machine.
What kind of smoke comes from a diesel engine?
Blue Smoke: Blue engine smoke is the rarest type of smoke emanating from a diesel engine. The presence of blue smoke is an indication of burning oil. Blue smoke should not be ignored but is common when starting an engine in a cold weather.
What kind of engine does a Ford 2000 have?
Used Ford 2000 Gas Tractor, 1970 (1965-1975) 5630 hrs, 2WD, tank heater, 1 rear remote, manual steering, 540 live PTO, light work, fairly straight sheet metal, 158 cubic inch 3 cylinder gas engine, 36 engine HP, 28 drawbar HP, 31 PTO HP, 8 forward gears, 2 reverse gears, 13 gallon fuel tank,… Cranks up and runs good.
Why is my diesel engine blowing black smoke?
If your fuel injector gets dirty or clogged, this can be the cause of black smoke and a loss of power. The purpose of a fuel injector is to supply your diesel engine with fuel (source). The injector sprays fuel into the engine’s cylinder via a nozzle to start the fuel combustion process.
What to do when a tractor is blowing black smoke and has?
This can clog up the fuel injector pump and interfere with functioning. Also, if you consistently let the fuel level get very low, the injector and pump will not have sufficient lubrication to work, and the fuel will not be delivered at the pressurized level that it should be.
What does white smoke mean on a Duramax engine?
White smoke from an LB7 Duramax engine often indicates faulty injectors. We’ve heard of rollin’ coal, but rollin’ snow? Not a good sign. Blowing white smoke is a red flag for your diesel engine, yet we see this happen all the time to our customers.