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post #1 of 4 Old 01-25-2013, 08:59 AM Thread Starter
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blue spring upgrade kit now blows white smoke

Hey guys my dad just got a 05 6.0 and I don't know anything about them so we're hoping you can help. It started about a week with a fuel leak on the fuel bowl. So we did the blue spring kit. Put it all back together started it up and a bluish white smoke started dumping. Took it all back apart think we forgot something but we didn't so we put it back in together again. There's no codes. Why cant these be like my 7.3 I know how to fix that thing lol.
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blueish white smoke alot of times can be caused by low fuel pressure , especially since you were just in that area working , run a fuel pressure test to start with

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Will a blue spring kit help with injector stiction?
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No, not in the slightest. Stiction is an oil residue problem.

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