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6.4 USING OIL AND BLUE SMOKE OUT EXHAUST

I have a 08 6.4 F-450 it has 125k miles on it with H&S tuner and straight exhaust ive noticed its using quite a bit of oil injectors sound a little rough and the truck hazes blue smoke at idle from time to time and will randomly blow blue smoke when i take off for just a second then goes to black also the smoke smells like burning oil PLEASE HELP THANKS!
P.S. truck has no loss of power runs strong and idles smooth.
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Really 72 views and not one person can help?!?!?!
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if it using oil and smokes blue it sounds like an oil seal in the turbo. Is there oil in your downpipe?

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havnt looked in the down pipe but did take the hose off the bottom side of the intercooler and if you run your finger up in the hose there is a oil film on the inside of the pipe but no oil actually ran out truck runs strong and idles smooth
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havnt looked in the down pipe but did take the hose off the bottom side of the intercooler and if you run your finger up in the hose there is a oil film on the inside of the pipe but no oil actually ran out truck runs strong and idles smooth
That is normal because of the CCV. To me it sounds like a turbo oil seal. See if any oil makes its way to where the exhaust exits. Or disconnect your downpipe and see if there is oil there.

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