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Old 07-04-2014, 05:39 AM
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Cool Please help I'm stuck in Delaware truck poured black smoke made a knocking noise then

2000 f250 7.3. So two weeks ago I noticed smoke pouring out the exhaust at idol not thinking to much about it since it was hot out maybe a stuck injector but I kept driving made it home ok. Now I take the rigg from nj to Delaware and on my way at idol again it was pouring black smoke like never before tons of it and it had a weird knock sound from motor. It would only pour smoke when this knock was present. We'll I pushed the truck and it finially vibrated and shut off lost all power and had to roll to stop. Went to try to start it up and it seams locked it won't turn over I'm lost any ideas please
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Hydrolocked due to a cracked injector nozzle or stuck injector.
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Old 07-04-2014, 06:41 AM
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What's my next step please
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Pull the valve covers and start pulling glow plugs to see which cylinder is full of fuel.
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Pull the glow plugs until you find the one filled with diesel. That will be the one with the faulty injector.
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Sounds good thanks a lot. Now I have to try to get it home
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Old 07-04-2014, 07:51 AM
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Can I just replace the bad injector or do I have to replace all 8
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So two weeks ago I noticed smoke pouring out the exhaust at idol not thinking to much about it since it was hot out maybe a stuck injector but I kept driving made it home ok. Now I take the rigg from nj to Delaware
sounds like you pushed this to the point your luck may have run out . ?

a hydro-lock at speed can do some internal damage ( any rpm hydro lock as a matter of fact)
what did the oil level look like ?
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Old 07-04-2014, 07:54 AM
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Oil level was at the mark to add oil not to bad
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Old 07-04-2014, 07:58 AM
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The vibration before it shut off is what scares me. The injectors came from beans. Stage two
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