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6.0 No Start

I'm so frustrated with this problem I can't see straight. I just did an EGR delete and replaced driver side dummy plug on my 06 6.0 several weeks ago, went in without problem. Got it all put back and started up and ran fine. It did develop a slight exhaust leak when a bolt went loose, but was an easy fix. About a week later after that I was walking to my truck after running and errand and noticed a large puddle directly under the front of the engine and the degas bottle empty. Put some water in her and babied her home. when i got home it was still dripping so I stuck the water hose in it and tried to locate the problem. It looked as if the leak was coming from the top of the front under the intake elbow. It would drip and hit the moving serpentine belt and fling it all over the engine bay. So I tore the top of the engine down, and besides cleaning the super sooty intake manifold everything looked ok. Get her back together and she won't even start. I can hear what sounds like the injectors firing but it will not start. As soon as I stuff cranking, a puff of whitish smoke or mist comes up from the turbo out exhaust pipe. So now I am here looking for any insight on my next move.
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For the coolant leak, there are two possibilities.
One, the "donut" gasket between the intake manifold and the front cover.
Second, your new egr delete. Either the connection to the intake manifold (it has an o-ring that you could have damaged) or the connection from the oil cooler cover and the J tube.
As far as the no-start, click here to go to the no-start checklist.


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