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Old 10-22-2012, 04:44 PM
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6.0 is blowing white smoke the entire time

Its a 2003 6.0 with about 95,000 miles have had the head issue fixed a bulletproof EGR cooler new egr vavle and the basic thing fixed when the heads where fixed. Its blows out a bunch of white smoke at idle and driving but when to step on the pedal to go it dumps out black smoke, any idea's?
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Its a 2003 6.0 with about 95,000 miles have had the head issue fixed a bulletproof EGR cooler new egr vavle and the basic thing fixed when the heads where fixed. Its blows out a bunch of white smoke at idle and driving but when to step on the pedal to go it dumps out black smoke, any idea's?
Take a close look at how much oil you have in the crankcase.

Does it struggle to start at first like it resists to turn over??

Is the exhaust smelling rich of fuel??

Be VERY CAREFUL if you have a injector flooding you can hydro-lock the engine and destroy it!

I may be over reacting but it sounds like you have a injector pouring fuel into the engine.
=Check oil level for being overfilled (seeing if diesel is winding up in engine)
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Load test your batteries, perform ficm check procedure. You need a monitor to check for codes. A stated before, you may have a bad injector, also.

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Old 10-23-2012, 05:19 PM
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oh man i hope its not injectors but it sounds like it may be, i' ll check the FICM first. The smoke doesnt have much of a smell to it but the normal smell, but a stronger sent to it. If its the injector is there a simple way of finding out with out hooking it up to a scanner or computer?
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oh man i hope its not injectors but it sounds like it may be, i' ll check the FICM first. The smoke doesnt have much of a smell to it but the normal smell, but a stronger sent to it. If its the injector is there a simple way of finding out with out hooking it up to a scanner or computer?
This is necessary on the 6.0........Write Up: Monitoring the 6.0L PSD.

It is needed to pull codes, or you can pay someone to run a contribution/balance test.

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