Alright guys, 1st post noob here but I've reached my breaking point with my dealership and their lack of help on my truck.
I purchased a 2006 F250 Extended Cab 1.5 years ago and had blue&white smoke problems since I bought it. I bought it in November and just shrugged off the smoke thinking it was just because it was 10 degrees out the whole winter. Every time I took it to my dealership the problem could not be "reproduced". I took it to another dealership north of me in Pittsburgh and they said it was my turbo. The dealership said that the problem with the turbo was rust deposits which wasn't covered under warranty. Price quote to rebuild around $4,000. They said there may be a problem with the head gasket, but couldn't be sure unless they ripped the engine apart.
I took it right back to my dealership and explained this and after almost getting into a fist fight with the manager they came to the conclusion and said it was my fuel pump/filter blahblahblah and a cracked turbo intake tube which wasn't covered under my aftermarket warranty I purchased through them. I paid the money, didn't fix the problem. I got some response back into my truck but I was still having the same problems with smoke. Frustrated I just ignored it because it only did it for the first 15 minutes of driving. It was only a little bit of smoke.
Well, over a month ago I was in a fender bender and received only side damage to my front driver side of my truck. It took the autobody shop over 5 weeks to replace a rotor, fix some suspension, and paint. My truck sat for the entire time and did not run except for them to pull it out of the garage after sitting all night to sit outside all day. I received my truck back and now I'm blowing white smoke like a *****. It doesn't smell sweet, smells like diesel and some other sort of burning synthetic. It's constant white when idling, and a thick white(and little blueish)smoke that stays around when I pull out of a stop. People behind me cannot see when its idling, and when I give it gas, game over for their sight.
Insurance is pretty much saying they won't cover it unless it can be related to the accident, and I got a feeling my dealership will just flip me the bird as usual. My truck was never like this prior to the event. I'm not sure if this started directly after the accident or because it was sitting so long and something gunked up. My truck was flat bedded away from the accident because the rim was off the truck.
So I'm at the point of I probably do have a bad turbo from before, and now my injectors are gunked up and not responding, or possibly an EGR issue. I might just overhaul everything.
If I would overhaul any advice on what to get? I'm thinking on:
EGR Block Off
New set of injectors
New Oil Cooler (or rebuilt?)
and a programmer
Any input/advice on this situation would be appreciated!