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A type of internal combustion engine where ignition happens when fuel is spray at high pressure into a compressed charge of air, or the relatively heavy fuel oil used in compression-ignition engines.

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First of all let me say that I already read this question and its answer, so it's clear to me why diesel-powered cars need a warm-up time. My question is: do modern cars need it too? I have VW Golf …
asked Jul 15 '15 by Noldor130884
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describe the smell. It is stronger than I thought the exhaust of a car would be and I guess it would be similar to burnt diesel, but I don't really know. I do live in Germany, where a percentage of bio … -diesel is mandatory in all the diesels and in every gas station. What could be the cause of the smell? Am I too sensitive to the diesel, or am I right to say that the exhaust shouldn't have a strong smell? If it is helpful I have a VW Golf VI (2009) 2.0 with more or less 150.000km life. …
asked Mar 2 '16 by Noldor130884