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post #1 of 4 Old 07-12-2006, 03:59 PM Thread Starter
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Question 6.0 sick kitty

any1 have ne ideas on what is troubling my 03 6.0 heres the symptoms
white smoke raw fuel smell like cold burn
high egts
turbo seems to be cycling at idle
does not make a difference on the engine temp

heres what ford told me to do
replace egr cooler done
replace engine oil cooler after removal i tested it it was fine man i love replacing parts
new egr valve done
after installation nothing changed other than it seems i devleoped a miss but i think i caused this bad injector connection have to check it out tonite any help is greatly appreciated
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Im guessing you have one or more bad injectors. It is VERY tough to diagnose without a scan tool that will run a powerbalance test unless you have a missfire code for particular cylender(s)...and even then those codes are not full proof. Bad injectors can overfuel the cylender and also cause a miss and white smoke.......

Pull the dipstick, if the oil is overfull and smells like fuel, DONT start it again untill the proper test equipment is available. If an injector is dumping fuel, there is a chance of a runaway when the engine is running. It will burn the crancase oil...its a scarey thing!!!
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thanks mark not to argue with u but local shop told me possibility of running lean any ideas on that would timing be off by any chance to cause some of these symptoms i was going to try a different idm wut is the cause of the turbo cycling im kind of new to the 6.0 learning in a hurry just did 2 sets of head gaskets and now this also wut is a good scan tool is the hickock ngs any good
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just replied the answer to your PM....
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