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6.0 Powerstroke constant blue smoke

Okay its a 2004 6.0 before i put new injectors in it had a miss and blue smoke at 30-35 mph. New 70hp injectors put in at 133,xxx solved the miss problem but now have a constant blue smoke in park but worse in drive big time it runs excellent. It had tests ran balance test,ficm voltage fuel pressure,icp sensor fine etc. Ive went roughly 500+ miles on these injectors not using oil not using coolant or anything. Any input or ideas will be greatly appericated. Thanks.
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Do you have a ccv mod?

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Kinda new to the diesel world lol what's ccv stand for?
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Crank case ventilation, left valve cover, is the stock rubber tube in the intake pipe, or is it rerouted to atmosphere. Other than that i'd say your tutbo seal is leaking.

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Blue smoke is oil burning. Mine was doing this and it ended up being the turbo shaft leaking oil into the exhaust side. If its leaking into the intake side you could have a run-away.
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I had it at 2 local diesel shops yesterday and both said the smell of the smoke was fuel so does that elimnate the opition being a bad turbo seal or what you said cwf340?
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It could, Im just telling you what happened to my truck.
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thanks for your reply ill have that looked into
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