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Old 09-05-2011, 10:42 AM
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Run out of ideas !!!

Hey guys my 96 powerstroke starts normally and idles perfect but Burns blue. Alot of blue and worse when the accelerator is pressed. It then will run rough when moving like the cylinders are hydro locking with oil then it will run fine 5 minutes down the road. So I changed my injector o rings and at stock it will not accelerate worth a **** just runs rough as **** with any throttle. So I turned the chip back on all the roughness is cleared right away but still quite a bit of blue and just doesn't feel the same as it use too. Any ideas or similar problems. Hpop ? Screwed injectors?
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Old 09-05-2011, 10:54 AM
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Hey guys my 96 powerstroke starts normally and idles perfect but Burns blue. Alot of blue and worse when the accelerator is pressed. It then will run rough when moving like the cylinders are hydro locking with oil then it will run fine 5 minutes down the road. So I changed my injector o rings and at stock it will not accelerate worth a **** just runs rough as **** with any throttle. So I turned the chip back on all the roughness is cleared right away but still quite a bit of blue and just doesn't feel the same as it use too. Any ideas or similar problems. Hpop ? Screwed injectors?
When mine started burning blue the turbo went out. The seals where leakin oil and it was blowing it into my motor.

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"at stock it will not accelerate worth a **** just runs rough as **** with any throttle"
Thats weird my Dads rig is doing same thing??
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how many miles on the truck? could be something wrong with the incetors maybe a few are sticking.
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