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post #1 of 3 Old 09-26-2010, 03:22 PM Thread Starter
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this has me confused, i know that white smoke is a sign of unburnt fuel, but this only occurs once its been running for awhile after a cold start up or i take a load then it'll smoke for oh 10 or so miles if that then it quits, once you unhook the trailer then she'll smoke again for a few miles????? i've been told its the injectors, which i'm not buying because if it was the injectors wouldn't it do that all that time? and i've also been told that it is the O-rings on the turbo.....any help would GREATLY be appreciated, no check engine light either and it does work.
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CHECK YOUR ICP AND THE FUEL BOWL FUEL RELEASE LEVER ON THE BACK SIDE OF IT. If you see leaks at either place replace the icp and the O-rings in the fuel bowl lever. If these items are the problem you are getting air in the fuel line i guarentee it. Cheap fix and will get worse and getting a ticket for being a polluter will probably run you more then this $200 diy fix. Icp take about 4min to replace if that. O-rings about 20 min.
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