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Old 06-26-2009, 09:01 AM
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OIL & FUEL OUT OF DONUT GASKET

I need help. Truck was runnin perfect. Shut down for a minute, upon start up started runnin like POOP and was blowin white smoke (from fuel) allthe way across 4 lanes of traffic. I was in a parking lot, not the road. the lady at the gas station was about to call the fire department. Thats how bad it was smokin.

AE gave me a few KAM codes. ran a contribution test this morn and came back with 1,2,3,8 cylinder, came back with some kind of fualt. dont remember the exact word but it begain with a "D". Help me out with that word. I'll run the test again later when it cools down.

Here is all the symtoms:
1. Fuel and oil(mixed) leakin out of what appears to be the pass. up pipe. Completly saturated the up pipe and part of the down pipe, it also leaks out of a band clamp futher down the exhaust. No leaks from the motor were visable.
2. After shut down, need to waite atleast 5-10 min other wise no start due to a hydrolock situation. After waiting a short period, sometimes its will start if I hold the key and force the starter to push through the hydrolock.
3. TONS of unburnt fuel.
4. Idles bad, drives not bad.

I have come to the assumption that the injector o rings, or atleast a few of them are bad. I is the only feesable way I can see oil and fuel mixin, floodin out of the exhaust, and cause it to smoke the way it does.

I will post a vid later of the smokin. Maybe help, if not, atleast it will be entertaining.

Thanx a bunch guys!
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Old 06-26-2009, 09:57 AM
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sounds like an injector has failed
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Old 06-26-2009, 09:59 AM
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it look like oil in the exhaust but it could just be the soot in the exhaust that mixed with diesel. causeing it to turn black but def. sounds like a failed injector.
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Old 06-26-2009, 10:14 AM
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That makes a ton of sense. So with it only comming out of the pass side donut gasket would u say it is one of the 4 on that bank or thats just the only gasket leakin? Is it possible that the 4 that showed up in the contrib test all be bad all from a quick shutdown? WTF is that all about
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Old 06-26-2009, 10:30 AM
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i would think your problem is on that side. and all 4 showed failed????
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That's what I said! 1 2 3 and 8?!? And isn't 1 2 and 3 on the other ( driver ) side?
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