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HELP! Truck quit now bellowing white smoke!

Just a quick history.

2004 F-250 6.0 114k miles! EGR delete, Studs, Gaskets, New oil cooler!

Got it back from headgaskets, studs, egr delete, and oil cooler. Had it back about 2 weeks.

Been running great. This morning while I am getting all my stuff loaded in the truck it feels like it may have a slight miss. But ever so slightly. If I wasn't anal about it you prolly wouldnt notice it.

I get about 3 miles up the road and it starts dying. I manage to coast it off of the road. When I try to crank it it takes a second for oil pressure to come up and when it does it cranks and stumbles all over itself. Then it starts bellowing white smoke. It will run for a minute and then start trying to die.



Where to start? Thanks guys

2004 F250 CC SB
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ARP Studs
PHP FICM Tuner
2003 Turbo
Coolant Filter
EGR Delete
4" Magnaflow
Airaid Intake
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Blue Spring
6.4 Banjo's
CAT EC-1
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i would start with your turbo, it sounds like you may have blown it.
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Got it loaded on the trailer.

After scanning it. Injector 7 failed test. And it is pouring fuel out of the exhaust pipe!

2004 F250 CC SB
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PHP FICM Tuner
2003 Turbo
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EGR Delete
4" Magnaflow
Airaid Intake
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Need some advice!Just want to confirm that everyone thinks it is an injector before I go to replacing them?

Could it be an injector hold down or an oring?

Just had it all apart 2 weeks ago for studs and gaskets! Did blue spring and 6.4 banjo's!

2004 F250 CC SB
SCT Xcal2 SPD+ Lonney Wild Track
ARP Studs
PHP FICM Tuner
2003 Turbo
Coolant Filter
EGR Delete
4" Magnaflow
Airaid Intake
Zoodad
Blue Spring
6.4 Banjo's
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Just a quick history.

2004 F-250 6.0 114k miles! EGR delete, Studs, Gaskets, New oil cooler!

Got it back from headgaskets, studs, egr delete, and oil cooler. Had it back about 2 weeks.

Been running great. This morning while I am getting all my stuff loaded in the truck it feels like it may have a slight miss. But ever so slightly. If I wasn't anal about it you prolly wouldnt notice it.

I get about 3 miles up the road and it starts dying. I manage to coast it off of the road. When I try to crank it it takes a second for oil pressure to come up and when it does it cranks and stumbles all over itself. Then it starts bellowing white smoke. It will run for a minute and then start trying to die.



Where to start? Thanks guys
Sounds like the egr cooler to me! sounds like you took care of everything but that. And if it is you might have to have work done to the turbo charger. I just had everything on mine replaced and it was doing what yours is and it was the egr cooler, than led to the oil cooler and then the turbo.
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I dont have an EGR cooler and I replaced the oil cooler while I was doing everything else!

2004 F250 CC SB
SCT Xcal2 SPD+ Lonney Wild Track
ARP Studs
PHP FICM Tuner
2003 Turbo
Coolant Filter
EGR Delete
4" Magnaflow
Airaid Intake
Zoodad
Blue Spring
6.4 Banjo's
CAT EC-1
Custom Camo Seat covers
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I believe you are dealing with a bad FICM....Talk to your diesel guy...the one who did your EGR delete....He will most likely know how to test it.....It could be injectors, but i suggest you start with that.....Between the EGR/EGR cooler/EGR delete/Fuel injectors/FICM......damn just give me a carb!!!...

I really think this is your problem though...Good luck. Let me know what you find out.

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Yeah we are gonna check it just to be sure! My expereince with a bad FICM is that it will show all injectors failing buzz and contribution test and sometimes the bad FICM code. I am only showing 1 bad injector! But if it is stuck open that is where all my fuel is coming from!

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SCT Xcal2 SPD+ Lonney Wild Track
ARP Studs
PHP FICM Tuner
2003 Turbo
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EGR Delete
4" Magnaflow
Airaid Intake
Zoodad
Blue Spring
6.4 Banjo's
CAT EC-1
Custom Camo Seat covers
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Yeah we are gonna check it just to be sure! My expereince with a bad FICM is that it will show all injectors failing buzz and contribution test and sometimes the bad FICM code. I am only showing 1 bad injector! But if it is stuck open that is where all my fuel is coming from!
my .02, yes. that much fuel will wash cylinders, be careful and check your oil.
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Could be...could be....i had a similar problem....I had 2 injectors replaced....then the ficm....thats why i said that.....so you are probably on the right track...sounds like you are going to check the ficm as well....i think youve got it brother....let me know.. i'll ask my buddy tomorrow for you...hes a regional ford diesel pro.....there is another guy on this site who REALLY knows his stuff.....ham the radio man or somthing like that....do a search for my threads and you will see who he is, and his direct link...the guy is a 6.0 master!
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