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2000 7.3 white smoke still after new turbo

hello everyone .well i have recently come into a white smoke problem .smokes at idle smokes even more while driving ,exhuast full of oil ,smells like oil .thought was turbo so bought new thruster for truck .and its getting oil in it still .exhaust is dripping oil .i have taken injectors out all seals look fine will replace .thinking on having injectors tested .any help i am getting lost
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Mine did this recently (actually still in the shop) and it was blown o-ring on the injectors and two had internal popped valve damage. All easily enough to fix if you have the tools. I didn't and didn't want to get into doing repairs on the inside of the injectors so I sent them to my local injection shop.

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yeah i got them out o-rings look fine i got new ones for it anyways.i am looking to have them serviced since they are out just gotta find a shop in miami
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