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Old 07-25-2011, 12:11 PM
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Fuel in the oil reported by Blackstone -

Hey so as the title says, I got an oil analysis done and it came back with 2% fuel in the oil. It's the first time it has had any fuel in the oil in an OA from Blackstone and I have done a few. I also had a case a few weeks ago where I left the key forward (truck was cold) while sitting in the driveway for a bit and when I fired it up there was a lot of unburnt fuel and white smoke. Do you think I may have a dribbling injector? It still runs smooth for a 7.3, decent MPG, normally no smoke except a touch of black when I get on it...
I am not a fan of 'fix in a can' but if this is a sticky injector, what could I try?
Biodiesel mix? Sea Foam? (I don't know much about it) a regular dose of power service or stanadyne diesel treatment? Should I expect it to possibly fix the issue or am I looking at buying INJECTORS?

Scott
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