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Black smoke accelerating from dead stop

So I noticed today that when at a stop light and accelerating there is black smoke coming from this early signs of issues? never noticed that in the 5 years ive owned the truck!!

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When I accelerate from a dead stop I get a cloud of black smoke. others I'm no expert. Please.correct if.I'm wrong. Black smoke is unburnt fuel. Therefore when you get black smoke your running to rich. Its not really a bas thing aslong as your turbo is still healthy and your egts dont get crazy high. I just put larger injectors in my truck and it produced a large amount of smoke when I lay into it. So I wouldn't be conceded.
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