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White smoke and shakes?

I have a 2000 Psd mods in sig. I just installed a billet wheel and FRx from riff raff. I started the truck and was getting ready to back out of the garage when it suddenly started shaking real bad and a decent amount of white smoke was coming out of the exhaust. It ran for 30-60 sec tops and then I turned it off. I called clay at riff raff and he did not respond. After I left a message I decided to fire it up again and the same thing happened. I have absolutely no idea what to do or where to start. If you guys could help me out I would greatly appreciate it.


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air in the fuel system. take it for a drive.
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I'm not doubting you but would that cause the smoke too?
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20. You should take the truck out to run it for at least 10-15 minutes as a way to ensure that all
potential air has been completely purged from the entire fuel supply/return system. In rare
cases, it may take a little longer to purge all air from the entire system,


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I'm not doubting you but would that cause the smoke too?
yes. I've had my truck smoke for a while after changing the fuel filter due to air in the system. I think it's due to a screwy spray pattern coming out of the injector so some of the fuel just drops onto the piston and slowly burns away in the form of white/blue smoke.
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