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Old 06-19-2012, 05:48 PM
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I have a 2006 F250 King Ranch ccsb pretty much stock truck(except exhaust, intake, and egr delete). I bought the truck used so Im not sure about the history, but in the mornings when its only about 52 it starts fine no extra noise. Just white smoke which gets worse when driven or pushing on the gas pedal. then itll warm up and the smoke will go away, but driving faster then 50 miles an hour causes shaking and sputtering almost feels like its missing a cylinder. the smoke doesnt smell like coolant. ive already put revx in it and i just changed the oil with a motorcraft filter and mobil turbo diesel truck 5w40. there are no codes being thrown except for the egr codes due to the delete. ive been searching for a cure, but due to being military my hours for troubleshooting are limited. any help would be appreciated.

p.s. if ive overlooked a forum where theres a cure i apologize ahead of time.
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It could be your FICM. Check the voltage. It has to be 48 volts. Also it could be your oil cooler. My truck all off a sudden started running really rough and it was a blown oil cooler. I that case stop driving the truck and get it fixed ASAP.
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You need a monitor solution like edge insight, a must have if you own a 6.0.

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oil cooler

wouldnt the oil cooler problem cause overheating or low coolant levels?
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You need a monitor solution like edge insight, a must have if you own a 6.0.

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just a lowly e4 navy guy. no real funds to make a monitor solution happen.
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just a lowly e4 navy guy. no real funds to make a monitor solution happen.
It can be done cheaper than edge, you are risking chain reaction damages otherwise.

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It could be your FICM. Check the voltage. It has to be 48 volts. Also it could be your oil cooler. My truck all off a sudden started running really rough and it was a blown oil cooler. I that case stop driving the truck and get it fixed ASAP.
Now for your problem, It could be your ficm, a stated. But unfortunately, you need some type of monitor, our a volt meter to check it out. You probably have some stored codes, but unfortunately, you need a monitor, or you will have to pay someone to pull codes, with money that you could use to buy your own monitor.

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I have checked the codes on multiple occasions, and cleared them right after. the only recurring codes are the EGR codes. That is due to the EGR delete, and from what im told by my previous ford mechanic that its normal for the year that i have.
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I have checked the codes on multiple occasions, and cleared them right after. the only recurring codes are the EGR codes. That is due to the EGR delete, and from what im told by my previous ford mechanic that its normal for the year that i have.
Ok. Sorry I missed that. Check the stickies for ficm check procedure, or google.

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no worries, and i will def do that. sadly im kinda hoping i can just find the answer and not have to deal with it anymore. ive got duty this weekend so i wont be allowed to do any work on the truck this weekend, but hopefully monday ill be able to squeeze a ficm voltage check in.
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