I don't know how to post my own message, but this is similar-ish - I can't help with any offers to assist with this, but I have an issue that my 2004 L200 Warrior drops into limp mode and coughs out black smoke intermittently when travelling less than ten miles. It seems like the diesel isn't being burnt correctly and or a sensor isn't working properly. If the engine is switched off for five minutes it will start and the engine then runs okay. The rev counter will sometimes stop working and the engine doesn't pull as it should, but there isn't any smoke. The issue may have started when I used a diesel fuel additive to clean the carbon deposits in the engine so I have cleaned the EGC valve and this hasn't worked. Does anybody know what my issue could be? Thank you!
your crank angle sensor or pump sensor is Fliped