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Old 09-29-2013, 07:03 PM
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ford 6.0 04 HELP!!

I have a bucking and jerking 6.0 right now. It will buck and then won't go above 2000rpm or it will lurch or if I hold the pedal down lose power unless I drop it below 2000rpm. if i put the pedal down the truck wont go above 2000rpm and will go up on speed. the erg was deleted but its trowing crazy amount of white smoke from the exhaust. when the truck starts up some white smoke comes out
but eventually clears up when you keep it under 2000rpm.

when on idle you can step down the pedal and hear the truck failing on revs like an injector issue but i checked and they arent the problem. the problem got fixed for a couple of weeks when i changed the Y pipe because the other was ruptured but the problem came back and its even worse now i can use the truck for nothing.
PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!!!!hn oes:hnoe s:
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Old 09-29-2013, 07:12 PM
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lack of fuel? fuel filters?
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Old 09-29-2013, 07:19 PM
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White smoke is either too much fuel like a stuck injector or coolant, ala head gasket failure.

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Old 09-29-2013, 07:27 PM
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fuel filters are new put them in a couple of weeks back. the white smoke is horrible its crazy how much it spills out when you rev the engine.. it could be the head gaskets but i alrdy did the studs so im at a lost here :/
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Does the smoke smell like fuel? Oil?
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Just because you did studs, doesn't mean it's not a head gasket issue. Lots of guys need there head gaskets replaced for a second time. Depends on what gaskets where uses, what shape the heads were, and how heads where fixed before being reinstalled. I'd pull the injectors and check the cups and o-rings... If they are good, I'd check the coolant for exhaust gas.
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Old 09-30-2013, 05:51 AM
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the smell is raw fuel burning lots of it... thing is i just got diagnosed with 2 injectors failing.
would 2 injectors cause this fall in power and this lack of perfomance to the point where the truck is unusable?
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you basiclly now have a 6cyl...and to answer your question.Yes
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the smell is raw fuel burning lots of it... thing is i just got diagnosed with 2 injectors failing.
would 2 injectors cause this fall in power and this lack of perfomance to the point where the truck is unusable?
Absolutely. Sounds like they are stuck open pouring fuel in the cylinders.

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Old 09-30-2013, 07:57 AM
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Stuck spool valve... Whatever injectors were said to be bad is where I'd start. Just take them apart your self. Twoiceburgs has a few videos showing exactly how to fix a stick spool valves. If not the spool valves, I'd dig deeper into the injector itself. You might destroy the piston if you keep driving the truck with an injector or two stuck dumping fuel.
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