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Failing hpop?

My 2000 1 ton is having a misfire on multiple cylinders it feels like when the oil is cold. Cold being less than 50 f. If I plug it in everything seems fine. The miss goes away after a minute or two but smokes a lot bluish white until then. I have been running 10w-40 in it since I got it 2 years ago and just changed the oil a few hundred miles ago. A guy at work, CAT dealership, said it could be a weak hpop since the truck is nearing 400k miles. Can anyone agree/ has a different opinion? Thanks.


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Probably worn injector poppet valves. That is common on high mileage injectors. Cold oil causes the armature plate to stick to the injector top. You can verify by removing a valve cover. Unplugging the injector. Remove the solenoid by removing the 4 torx screws and using a feeler gauge to check armature gap. Oem new they are around .004" anything closer than .002" and you start to see issues.

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I would hope it's not injectors. I just replaced all 8 with rebuilds from rifrafdiesel 15k miles ago. It's also snowing here now and the truck doesn't fit in the garage...

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An HPOP and injectors are expensive parts to guess at. Download the Forscan program on you laptop and get a USB to obd2 adapter and see what you ICP pressure and IPR duty cycle is.

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The OBDLink MX adapter will do wifi and Bluetooth -- so no wires
Forscan lite will work on your phone -- tho I like the full version on a laptop better

Checked those glow plugs? -- if this only happens when first started there may be the problem

With high mileage, low compression could be the culprit as well -- much blow by coming out the valve cover vent line?
normal for a little -- gentle wafting -- no puffing or blow

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So its in the teens in the morning when I start the truck, its only going to get colder here in ND. I left it unplugged one night and boy it didnt want to start. The smoke isnt as noticeable after it has been plugged in. I plug it in at work too and I know it's not good for the heating element. So what do I need to test for and what should the results be?, I have AE. We dont really see HUEI systems at work, I've just seen pump and line and common rail with CAT equipment.

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I have been running 10w-40 in it since I got it 2 years ago
I have been thinking about running 10w-30 in it since I get a good deal at work. Would that help my cause?

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Have you checked the glow plug system?

and our old service truck had a cat motor with a huei system -- tho cat may call it something else

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