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My Ranger 2.2 Diesel 2013 model puts oil inside the exhaust and therefore discharges excessive smokes from the exhaust.
Depending on the mileage, that sounds like bad piston rings, or bad valve guides.
Does it smoke more when lifting the throttle? Does it get better as the engine warms up?
A compression test would be a good starting point.
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