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Old 01-18-2013, 01:51 PM
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2009 f350 6.4l white smoke no codes

Ok guys i need some help and some light on this problem. a 09 f350 had a code for misfire on cyl #2 was smoking really bad and had a knock. we replace the injector no more codes. but still misses a little and I am getting this values for the fuel trim

cylinders
1= 3
2=16
3=1
4=0
5=8
6=4
7= -20
8 =-5

what do you guys think is going on i have no codes.
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Old 01-18-2013, 07:21 PM
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I'd check the compression... 6.4's are pretty unforgiving when it comes to burning down cylinders when an injector leaks.
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I had it running for a good 5 minutes and fuel started leaking out of the muffler and clouds of white smoke. It idles fine and i have no missfires. What about cylinder 7 at -20%?
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Anybody have any ideas?
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It's cutting fuel ... Suspect that injector is leaking also.

It's pouring fuel out the tailpipe now, after the #2 injector replacement?
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It's cutting fuel ... Suspect that injector is leaking also.

It's pouring fuel out the tailpipe now, after the #2 injector replacement?
no at fisrt it wouldn't turn on, we replaced the injector and now it runs but it blows tons of white smoke and there is diesel coming out of the exhaust pipes.

that makes sense on 7 and 2 I think I am going to try another injector.
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Old 01-22-2013, 11:23 AM
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Problem Fix, Replaced Injectors on Cylinder 5,6,7,8 they where leaking.
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