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Old 07-01-2009, 06:20 PM
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White Smoke!!!

Ok i had an O ring blow out on the oil plug on the injector pump the other day. I replaced it and sprayed the motor down with degreaser and washed it off. Then today i changed the oil and fuel filter. Now i have noticed that the truck is white smokin at an ideal. It does not smell like burning oil it kinda has a sweet smell to it. Any ideas on what might be the problem?? Thanks in advance guys
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Sweet=coolant
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How long has it run with the white smoke being there, a few minutes or a few days?
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if it smells sweet thats a sure sign of coolant..
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How long has it run with the white smoke being there, a few minutes or a few days?
It just started it today after i changed the oil and fuel filter. I let sit for about 5 hours and fired it back up now its not doing it at the ideal but i didnt run it down the road to check. So if it is coolant where would be a good place to start looking??
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Still need some help
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injector cups, and or head gaskets
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