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Old 11-04-2012, 08:27 PM
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Major Problem PLEASE help

2008 6.4 deleted and tuned with H&S. On the way home 3 hours in to a 4 hour trip I'm driving up a hill and get into it a little and it accelerates then shudders and I immediately let off of it. It's done something like this before and I thought it was just something weird with the tranny. As I get back into it normally I feel a bad shudder/vibration so I think ok the trans is done for. Like I said I have an hour left to go so I just keep pushing. We pull up to a stop light and the truck is loping and it smells horrible and it is smoking like a freight train. I have no choice but to keep pushing. We finally get home and I pull into the driveway and shut her down. I get under the truck and it's covered and dripping with oil from I think my CCV reroute that dumps at the front passenger wheel well. I pulled these codes off my Mini Maxx.

I'm about to go to bed because I've had all I can take today but any insight is appreciated.
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Old 11-04-2012, 09:47 PM
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You know, I did a ccv vent and then went with catch-can because I got tired of leaving oil spots. When I did the catchcan it seemed to cause more crankcase pressure, so I took it off. Might want to consider looking into that as maybe a cause of the issues you are having ??
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What color smoke, white? Smell like Diesel or...?? Might be your injectors getting gummed up, I read on the nation where some one had some issues with theirs stumbling and smoking real bad (same codes), some fuel additive cleared it up.. there was another guy that had similar symptoms as you but had many more codes, that guy had MAJOR issues. Hit a google search and just about every hit at the top of the list sounds very similar to what your trucks doing.

I doubt that the CCV reroute alone would cause the engine to dump THAT much oil out of the line. I don't think he has a catch can though, just a hose that dumps to the atmosphere.

Hope you get it worked out bud, I know those sinking feelings all too well..
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Old 11-05-2012, 03:29 AM
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Yea no catch can. Im really worried about the oil. I was thinking it was bad diesel but then I saw all the oil and that's what scared me.
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Old 11-05-2012, 07:26 AM
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Well it looks like I need a new motor. More to come when I get an official diagnosis
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Old 11-05-2012, 07:39 AM
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Sounds like you cracked or blew a hole in a piston.
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at least I didn't have to get a chevy to tow me.
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I would also guess a cracked piston pressurized the crank case system and that is where the oil is coming from
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Any idea what could have caused this?
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Old 11-05-2012, 11:22 AM
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I'm going to guess an injector stuck open.
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