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  1. I will link to this thread from my re-build thread but thought a separate question might be a good idea. A couple of days ago I started-up and there was a lot of white smoke which eventually disappeared. A few miles later on another re-start it was clear, just the usual black puff. Yesterday it did the same and then again today. So I have started thinking. 300TDi, 165K miles and 15K / 2.5 years since the timing belt was changed. I'm in the UK and today was 4C / 39F max so it isn't cold. The things I think that I need to check are: 1. FIP timing - I can "roughly" check this
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