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Old 12-22-2012, 06:37 PM
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Smoke Coming From The Dip Sick?

I have a very sick 2003 6.0 there is smoke coming out of the dip stick checked oil and it wasnt low at all and ideas? I have some other issues but im working them out now. Blew my rear end out 4 days ago so while im waiting on parts and rebuilding the rear end i figured i better fix everything else while im at it.
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Thats normally caused by blowby, cracked rings, worn rings, scared cylinder walls, hole in a piston. How many miles, oem air filter, ccv reroute, ever had an injector dump fuel?

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Some smoke is normal. Is it just a little haze?
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how does it run? any blue smoke out the tailpipe?
typically, excessive blowby is cause for engine removal

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yes it is just a little haze only seems to do it when the motor has been ran for longer then an hour or so
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Its rough right now i had two injectors go out, putting 8 new ones in, likes to cut out under WOT, it wont hold boost while crusing it always used to hold at least 5 pounds, take a little bit to really get going after you give it more then half throttle, Just cleaned my turbo 3 months ago, also i have oil in my intercooler pipes Its taking a down hill drop on me fast
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No blue smoke but puffs a white cloud at start up and runs really rough until its warmed up no power what so ever
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Its rough right now i had two injectors go out, putting 8 new ones in, likes to cut out under WOT, it wont hold boost while crusing it always used to hold at least 5 pounds, take a little bit to really get going after you give it more then half throttle, Just cleaned my turbo 3 months ago, also i have oil in my intercooler pipes Its taking a down hill drop on me fast
Oil in the intercooler tubes and boots is normal too. The CCV is routed back into the intake side of turbo and that's where the oil comes from. So far, you're not describing anything abnormal.
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how do you know it's the injectors? does the rough running go away once warm?
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yes it is just a little haze only seems to do it when the motor has been ran for longer then an hour or so
That most likely is being caused by an FICM that has low voltage. Check the FICM while cranking the engine and see what the voltage drops to.
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