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Old 07-02-2013, 03:11 PM
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can someone please help i have a 06 f350 with the 6.0 well i straight piped it
and i noticed blue smoke at idle so took it to ford they said it was turbo seal so i replaced it did ok for bout month then started again took it to well known mechanic and he said my egr cooler was cracked soi buletproofed it i do regular oil changes and recently changed both fuel filters. it is still do the smoke when i take off not at idle just take off i dont know what to do and cant afford to take to shop every min anyhelp woud be greatful i love this site and has helped on everything but cant figure this one out thank you
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You probably need to start useing an oil additive and a diesel additive, you may have a stiction issue developeing. If the haze or smoke is blueish you may have too much bow by in the ccv system.
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Too much blow by...what would cause that?
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Too much crank case pressuer will sometimes pick up up more oil vapors than the ccv can handle and will start to accumulate in the air intake and get sucked into the cylender and burned. Also combustion gasses can be leaking by worn rings etc and get into the crancase.
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Do you have a ccv mod/reroute?

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No, It's basically all stock. and also found round hard plastic piece in fuel filter housing on yop motor thanks for the hep

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No, It's basically all stock. and also found round hard plastic piece in fuel filter housing on yop motor thanks for the hep
Are you using all motorcraft filters with oem caps. Fuel and oil? Other than that being a possibility on the fuel side, poorboy has a point. Blowby from bad piston/rings/ or maybe valves would increase the crankcase pressure.

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