Truck is noticably more sluggish and smoky when engine is warm and it's hot outside.
I'd love to hear opinions and others experience on this.
Basically my truck definitely smokes a lot more on these 95 degree days than it did when it was 60 degrees a couple of months ago. It's also noticably slower in this weather.
It also smokes more once that engine gets fully up to temperature.
I'd like to hear opinions and experience from other guys on this topic.
If this simply due to less dense intake air?
Is it because my air intake system intakes underhood hot air?
Could it be a programming issue where the computer is adding a bunch of advance when things are cold by looking at the AIT sensor?
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