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Smoke issue
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I have a berlingo 55 plate 72,500 miles on it there are a few lights on in the dash engine managment light battery light I have plugged it into the code reader communicates with van but when a run a search on fault codes nothing comes up as in there no codes at all Confusedcratch: I have also put battery on charge to make sure there plenty power in it and the green indicator is showing green. Starts no issues every time runs a few minutes then runs lumpy smoking which is blueish comes and goes same as when under pressure but when driving the battery light goes out when under pressure comes back on when Idling . Help would be appreciated :brickwall:
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Have you checked the alternator?

The battery light going out when under load points to an alternator not producing enough output.

Does the eml stay on when the car is running?
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