Compression Ignition Addict
Join Date: Jun 2008
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My truck is blowing some white/gray smoke at intermitent times when it should be all black. I changed my ICP sensor about 2 months ago because it had oil in it and the truck would blow light gray/white smoke at times when it should have been black. I put new sensor and it blowed black smoke all the time until a couple weeks ago and its doing the same thing blowing white/gray smoke at times. There is no oil in sensor but could it be bad again already? What the heck would cause it to go bad so soon? The connector seems fine to so I didnt replace. The truck runs strong and has tons of power but the smoke just isnt the correct color. It does idle a little ruff when first started but then its fine after a few seconds. What else could cause the white/gray smoke but the truck still run good. I do not have any check engine light on.
1999.5 FORD F250 SUPERDUTY 4X4 EXT CAB
7.3L POWERSTROKE DIESEL
SWAMPS 175/146 SINGLE SHOT INJECTORS
6" AUSSIE STACKS
AFE INTAKE W/ PRO GUARD 7 FILTER
4" SUSPENSION LIFT
315/75/16 BUCKSHOT MAXXIS MUDDER TIRES ON STOCK WHEELS (WINTER TIRES)
16X9 MOTO METAL 951 BLACK WHEELS (SUMMER)
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