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Old 02-02-2011, 03:51 PM
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Alot of black smoke

Now I have another problem on a psd. out of the blue it started running rough and at an idel its sounds like it has a big cam in it and the black smoke pours out the tailpipe. It smell's like a kerosene turbo heater? When you give it more rpm's it still runs rough but not as bad, and the smoke gets worse.
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Now I have another problem on a psd. out of the blue it started running rough and at an idel its sounds like it has a big cam in it and the black smoke pours out the tailpipe. It smell's like a kerosene turbo heater? When you give it more rpm's it still runs rough but not as bad, and the smoke gets worse.
EGR valve is all "coked" up. Remove the valve and clean it, replace it or completely delete it.
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or sell 6.0 like I did and buy chevy 2500 gas. much happier
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or sell 6.0 like I did and buy chevy 2500 gas. much happier
If that is your answer to everyones question and you now have your Chebby, why are you still here?
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Agreed, try cleaning the EGR valve. If that doesn't help try cleaning the turbo as well.

Yeah, that's all he ever says about anything.. Maybe the mods can give him a permanent vacation from here?
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EGR valve is all "coked" up. Remove the valve and clean it, replace it or completely delete it.
That's exactly what mine started doing today I have a lot to learn about these 6.0's
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or sell 6.0 like I did and buy chevy 2500 gas. much happier
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I put a diff egr in it and still doing the same thing. Now that i have listen to it, it sounds more like its down on 1 or 2 clyinders. We have a AE scan tool but i can't get it till tomarow so hopefully that will tell me something
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I put the AE on the truck this am and it has a #1 and #6 inj contribution fault. Then i did a buzz test that passed, and now I think the truck is hydrolocked, it will not turn over. So my guess is 1 or 6 is full of fuel?
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I put the AE on the truck this am and it has a #1 and #6 inj contribution fault. Then i did a buzz test that passed, and now I think the truck is hydrolocked, it will not turn over. So my guess is 1 or 6 is full of fuel?
You can pull the glow plugs and see if it will crank. It should push out whatever is in the cylinders. Might have a cracked injector cup allowing fuel inside nut I don't know that for sure.
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