Holden Jackaroo Diesel Problems

Holden Jackaroo 2000: What's causing the engine to rattle and blow smoke?

Answered by CarsGuide 19 Oct 2018

It could be a problem with the diesel pump, it might be a problem with the turbocharger, or it could even be an internal problem with the engine itself. Get it to a diesel mechanic for a proper diagnosis.

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Turbo-diesel difficult to start

Answered by CarsGuide 7 Sep 2012

I would suggest you seek out a diesel specialist to work on your car. It is valued at about $8000 at best on the used car market, and that's when it's running well, so that should give you an idea of what to spend on it.

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Jackaroo fuel consumption

Answered by CarsGuide 3 Feb 2011

On average and depending on conditions I would expect 9.0-11.0 L/100 km. There were no concerns about the cylinder heads on the Jackaroo.

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Smoking start

Answered by CarsGuide 9 Sep 2004

IT'S not normal. I would go to your nearest diesel-engine specialist and have them check the injectors for leakage. If the injectors are leaking you might be getting a fuel accumulation, which would make it harder to start. Once started the excess fuel would burn off and be seen as smoke.

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