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Old 04-21-2009, 10:23 AM
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2005 6.0 L puffing black smoke

Well here is what i have going on i have a 2005 6.0 psd stock with 220k miles i have never had any issues with this truck until now, 2 months ago i had a hpop leak and a bad ipr valve and it was fixed also i changed the cam and crank shaft sensors, friday morning i went to start the truck and it would sound like it was going to start but it would die, on and on forever. finally i plug the truck in for 1 hour, came back and it finally started. but it started realy bad like an old mack truck, it puff's black smoke and wont get over 1000 rpms. i read some similar post on this website and decided to change the egr valve and pull the turbo out to clean it and its all back togheter but the problem is still there any suggestions? after all i think this is a great truck and i love it i know it will get over this, Go FORD!!!

video link of what my truck is doing:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sbvnqhPs7FM

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MiMunVdL16Q
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Old 04-21-2009, 10:43 AM
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When you give it gas does it miss or are you pumping the throttle?
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it miss, im not pumping it at all
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Hmm, HPOP broke or it sounds like only half of the engine is firing. But I am not a tech, heres a free bump for a tech to see.
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i dont think is the hpop because it idles fine but will see, thanks man!!!
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egr valve clogged
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Most EGR valves make it white smoke? I thought he said he put a new EGR in it on another thread.

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well got the egr problem fixed but now im dealing with the turbo the tech said that it may be stuck in the closed position because i have no power and the turbo psi is too high, thanks for all the advise on the egr issue it realy work well
Does the truck idle with a rumble or does it sound like a hair dryer?
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hair dryer also i have a straight pipe
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my bosses truck did the same as yours. its an 06 with less than 50k on it. it ended up being a bad injector flooding a cylinder or some bs. if its poofing black smoke its just dumping fuel in at an unmetered rate, i would say injector
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ok mans thanks for the info is there a way to test the injectors?
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