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Old 09-29-2013, 04:04 AM
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Exclamation 2006 6.0 blowing blue smoke at take off

Looking for some help on why my 6.0 after warmed up would be blowing blue/white smoke at redlight on take off. Just changed all injectors and half ficm board. Any help or guidance would be appreiciated. Thanks
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Old 09-29-2013, 08:57 AM
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You might have a bad injector ?? Somewhat common with rebuilt injectors, try putting a heavy dose of fuel supplement or some 2stoke oil in the fuel tank and see if it works itself out.
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Your EGR cooler might be leaking if you still have one. Or you could have a leaking turbo seal.

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Old 09-29-2013, 09:53 AM
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Did this start after the new injectors?
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It started after I changed the injectors. The egr is still in. About 2 months after I had them changed #2 injector blew out dumping raw diesel into the cylinder resulted in diesel dripping out of my exhaust. Had it replaced, and the same problem with the smoking started again. I change oil and filter every 5000 miles, fuel filters every 10k and flush my coolant every 60k miles with putting standyne additive in every tank.
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Old 09-29-2013, 04:46 PM
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You may want to run a contribution test on it. You are not loosing coolant are you?
If not its all fuel your most likely seeing.
You can use a IR temp gauge at all the exhaust manifold outlets and see if there is a cylinder lower on temp then the rest of them. this will be the case if a injector is not closing or possibly leaking on a cylinder.
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