Having problems with your 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee ?
Jeep cherokee 2.8 CRD smoking. Replaced the injectors without any improvment. The garage told me that the smoke will stop after I have driven it for a couple of handred miles. Is this true.
From what you say, they said," it was the injectors that were faulty",hence changeing them,you could have tried a fuel additive/injector cleaner which could have had the same effect.....try a can to 5 gallons of fuel and if no improvement within 100 miles,give them HELL.smoke from a turbo engine could be dirty fuel/compression low/air leak from the turbo pipes/lazy turbo,etc but this engine is not exaclty the cleanest on emmisions.so expect a SMALL amount of smoke when cold or when accelerating HARD.
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