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Old 04-16-2010, 01:49 PM
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Angry TECHS I need Help!!!!!

It's an 05 6.0 auto with 54,683 on the clock.The problem is im blowing out blue smoke. It happens when I come to a stop then start to roll usually between 0-35 mph, at the same time the tach seems to be hesitating to move between 1500-2500 or so. To clear it up I have to get in to it till i hit 40 it seems okay..They ran Key on Key Off Test. Diesel Diagnostic as stated in my invoice:assed all following:KOEO,KOER,INJ.FLOW.GLOW PLUG.:Many Aftermarket Parts added along with a Bazzooka Bass Tube which may be causing interference with electronics/Ficm. No repairs made at this time: Tech an Service Manager took truck out on road test an said,"ITS FINE"....My aftermarket parts are Green drop in air filter, 4"MBRP turbo back with cat, Autometer Boost,Trans.,EGT temp gauges, 33" Mickey Thompsons...So I pulled out my air filter an theres a small puddle of oil on the air inlet side of the turbo?????? Always thought blue smoke was oil burning issue. BTW they charged me $110.00 for the test which was useless to me.....Any help would be greatly apprciated

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Old 04-16-2010, 11:16 PM
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mine does the same thing tooo. but only when the oil temp is at around 170 then it stops when it hits 182-183, and mine only has 80,000 killometers on it. i cant figure it out ethe. injectors or injector seals or sumthing????
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Old 04-17-2010, 02:53 PM
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same thing here..it's what i originally posted about. its from the crank case vent..i bet your intake after the the intercooler is full of oil! I even have the same milage! this is too freaken weird.
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Old 04-19-2010, 02:45 PM
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Bump....Need Help Stat!!!!!!
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Old 04-20-2010, 07:29 PM
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Sounds like your building excessive crankcase pressure causing it to blow into your intake tube which is being sucked into your turbo, try doing the CCV Mod which vents your crankcase to atmosphere, this should clear up the sucking in oil problem....
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Old 04-21-2010, 08:35 PM
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but would that make the truck run crapy when its blowin blue.... it seems to studder alot whenever it blows the blue smoke??
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I have the same thing going on to. The best thing I could find for actual data is I took a snap shot of my truck when it was acting up. What I found was the Fuel LEVEL Percentage was going along normal (slight variations due to hitting bumps etc.) but then when the truck started acting up it was going from the top of the graph to the bottom. I also noticed my ICP flatlined at 0 when it started acting up.

I have a new ICP sensor and a new harness lead going to it so there shouldnt be an ICP problem.

My "GUESS" which is only a guess is that the fuel level percentage and ICP sensor share a common ground which is going bad. I havent had the time to check wiring schematics yet to confirm.

Oh and also im not a tech so dont be mad if im wrong because i probably am
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