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Blown turbo?

I'm wondering if a blown turbo would make it run rough? I have an 02 and I think just blew the turbo but not 100 percent. Runs rough, smokes white and has an oil leak somewhere up around the turbo. Any suggestions?
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Find where the oil leak is. Could be a pedestal problem.

Take of the intake and check the turbo. If it spins freely and the blades aren't ate up, then the turbo should be fine.

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Spun the turbo and it seems fine, find look fine too. Oils coming from somewhere on the back or bottom side of turbo it seems. There's oil inside both the lines to and from the inner cooler. Is that normal? And what do you mean by a pedestal problem? I'm sorry I'm relatively new to the powerstroke and don't know a ton about it
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The pedestal has four o-rings that can leak. The EBPV can also be the cause of the leak. You'd have to get up in there some more to figure out exactly which. Clean it, then start it and find the leak.

New o-rings are about $6, EBPV rebuild kit is ~$100, or, an EBPV delete pedestal is ~$120 + a remount kit for ~$20. All at DieselOrings.

This is likely a different issue than the rough running. What kind of aftermarket gauges do you have?

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The running rough started at the same time as the leak and white smoke is the only reason I think it's not two different things but I guess it could be. I put an edge tuner on it that I was testing out and it was i for three days when this happened so that kind of scares me. I just have egt and boot pressure
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Is the Edge still on it? If so, take it off. White smoke could be several things, and let's just hope that the Edge was giving you bad timing for whatever reason.

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Ok I will give it a shot and see what happens. Thanks
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