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i had a bad injector in my 2000 with only 87000 miles one it, dont know why one was bad but it was. the diesel shop here fixed it and now the power is back but it is blowing out alot of white smoke! and the exhaust smells funny. what could this be?

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White smoke could be coolant. Might have a bad injector cup(s), cracked head, or anything else that would allow coolant into the combustion chamber

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if there was a cracked head or anything like that wouldnt you be able to tell by lookin at the antifreeze? it looks just fine, like brand new. I would think if it was something along those lines you would be able to tell just by the way the truck runs, it runs just fine.

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if there was a cracked head or anything like that wouldnt you be able to tell by lookin at the antifreeze? it looks just fine, like brand new. I would think if it was something along those lines you would be able to tell just by the way the truck runs, it runs just fine.
Oil getting into the coolant, and burning the coolant are two different things. If you're burning it, you wont be able to tell by looking at it.

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any way i can check for this? after awhile wont the coolant level go down? it only smokes if i really get on it. big cloud of black smoke followed by white

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