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post #1 of 9 Old 11-08-2012, 08:32 PM Thread Starter
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Ok guys. I have a 12 f350 with 1800 miles so today out of curiosity I decided to take the oil cap off while it was hot and running, and I damm near **** myself when I saw all that smoke coming out of it. So my question is Is this normal? Or should I worry
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Agreed. Common on diesels


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Is it common on ALL diesels? Cus my 6.0 had absolutley none at 186k miles
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My 6.0 doesn't have any but every 6.4 it 6.7 I've looked at does

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So does that mean its burning oil? Anybody else with a 6.7 notice this?
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Probably has something to do with all the emission stuff. Never checked my 6.7, the 2011 550 we have at work Does it

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Since the 6.4's they have been increasing the ring gap, its seems that with the high boost motors it makes them live longer so its normal and nothing to worry over.
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Sorry for the blunt response. But I have never raised the hood on a 6.0 so I would not have known that. But every other diesel I have, kubota rtv, JD 4430, 6.7, does it. Not exactly sure what cause it but would love to be enlightened lol.


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