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Old 01-29-2013, 09:01 PM
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EGR delete and now white smoke?

Just deleted my egr and both coolers. Also did the 3 inch IC pipe cold side. When I drive now, white smoke will pour out when I let off the throttle. It's not HGs I know that for sure. I also did a pcv reroute. I have no idea what is causin this! I consider myself pretty knowledgable about the 6.4 and I'm stumped and extremely nervous! I have no loss of coolant thus far. Any input is GREATLY appreciated!
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What programmer are you using? Did you program it to the offroad setting?
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:00 AM
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I'm running H&S and I did the 4in turbo back exhaust and intake 20k ago. Just did the egr delete for peace of mind. The batteries were unplugged for about 12 hours and my transmission acted like it went into relearn when I drove it after the delete. It only smokes after u let off or back off the throttle. It makes no cense to me?
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Maybe try reloading the tunes.
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Old 01-30-2013, 09:06 AM
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I was going to do that and see what happens. I did run an oil cleaner and conditioner through it from BG the day before but it's supposed to be extremely good stuff.
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I think I've narrowed it down to oil. It doesn't smell like coolant it smells like oil. Any ideas from here?
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So is the smoke blueish? Is their oil in your down pipe? Are you losing oil?
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I was going to do that and see what happens. I did run an oil cleaner and conditioner through it from BG the day before but it's supposed to be extremely good stuff.

What kind of cleaner is it? Where did you put it in? Into the oil? or into the intake?

If its the type you run through the intake. its going to smoke like a train until it all burns out.
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The smoke is blueish and it smells like oil. I just changed my oil and I haven't checked yet but I think I have a theory...since my batteries were off for a lil over 12 hours, I'm wondering if my tune was lost on the PCM since my transmission was. It almost acts like its in regen. It only does it if the motor is semi warmed up. I'm gonna reload H&S and see what happens from there. What do y'all think?
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The oil cleaner is put in the oil for 30-45 min before you change your oil. The conditioner is also put it the new oil when it has been changed
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