My Mahindra Bolero is giving a low mileage and producing smoke with abnormal sounds. What do you think is the reason because even after servicing, this problem hasn’t been resolved?
By: Adarsh on 11 may 2016
You should get the turbocharger of the car checked. Usually when the turbocharger is faulty then the car starts to consume more fuel, oil as well as results to a low pick up and produces smoke. The sounds can also be related to the same issue.
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