Fingers crossed didn't work.
Sat for three minutes after work yesterday filling the street with smoke.
Switched off and called AA out, quick response they were with me within 15 minutes.
Anyway on starting it up for him, you've guessed, hardly any smoke at all.
Anyway he opened bonnet looked around and felt that the engine was slightly warm from the 3 minutes running and he suggested it might be something like a cold start engine sensor malfunction causing an overfuel and needed hooking up to ford diagnostics.
Anyway back to the dealer who booked it in to main dealer where I dropped it off at lunchtime as it is close to my workplace. The foreman said that any error codes would have shown up when the reprogrammed the EGR and thought it could be air in the fuel!
I took a dvd with still photos and video clip of smoke as they never seem to see it when they have it in.
Still I get to try various courtesy cars, upto present I have had Pug 106 diesel (£20 fuel put in) Nissan Almera 1.8 Auto (£35 fuel) today we are in a Proton automatic (£10 fuel so far)