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Blown injector seal is usually a white/grey smoke and sounds like the engine sucked a valve. Black smoke can be a cracked nozzle or a stuck EBPV. Open the hood and reach back to the turbine side of the turbo. Put your hand under the extension tube between the turbo and DP and pull the "arm" straight down to remove it from the EBPV. With the arm removed see if the nipple that it was on swings smoothly from as closest to the turbo as it will go and then away from the turbo. If that is working normally leave it close to the turbo and start the truck. Is the truck still smoking? On the valve cover closest to the valley there are two connectors on each head. pull one at a time and see if the smoke goes away with only that one connector removed. If one of the connectors stops the smoking (at least drastically) then the issue is one of those two injectors. With the connector removed look inside the connector and VC plug to see for oil and/or burned pins.
-Bean's: 160/100 (FF Injectors), 2/ 6-POS chips (TW & Beans tunes), Overboost controller, E-Fuel
-BANKs: downpipe, full exhaust, gauges, intercooler
-Irate: T-4 kit, IC pipes, 3" Irate Plenums, BASB Turbo
-Stage II trans.
-Mag-Hytec trans. and pumpkin covers
-6637, CCV, IDM, 6.0 Fan, 49-Federal PCM swap, MAP line Mod
-370 Amp alt., 40k trans cooler, ADRENALINE PUMP
-twin on-board air w/ 10 gal. tank
-Oh, and a 2015 F350 6.7L DRW 4x4
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