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Old 10-06-2009, 08:54 AM
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Truck want run long lots of white smoke

I have a sct tune by Innovative, magnaflow striaght pipe, and full egr delete

I havent had this truck but 5 weeks its a 2004 F 250 6.0 4x4

I have replaced oil cooler water pump and done egr delete the past to weeks truck has run great I drove sunday night about 65 miles came home parked the truck it fired up fine in the morning 3 miles later it cut off I tried cranking it and it would start for a minute and pour white smoking its stumbleing and running terrible and cuts off want start again. A little while later it fires up idles a little rough starts smoking and cuts off.

The ford place local to me said my fuel pump went out and I have three bad injectors ? Could this be ?

I drove 3/4 of a tank out since friday not one problem or warning at all could this be right ?

What do I do I cant afford to pay them to work on it
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Old 10-17-2009, 10:59 AM
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Since you already have the egr cooler delete we know it's not coolant causing the white smoke, after reading your post you said the vehicle runs fine one day and it's doggie the next I would not suspect the fuel pump and injectors at fault since the concern would be at all times i have seen the fuel injection control module (ficm) do a similar concern, to know for sure without paying dealer fees see if one of your buddies or relatives with a similar vehicle would swap modules for a week or two and see if the concern goes away or gets better, Also replacing fuel filters and draining your water separator wouldn't be a bad idea if you haven't done this already..
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Old 10-18-2009, 03:54 PM
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Turned out to be a loose injector
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