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Good oil will turn black quickly on a Diesel, that means the detergents in the oil are doing their job picking up the soot. Every Diesel I have change the oil in Cummins, Powerstroke, and Duramax the new oil turns black quickly.

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Mine was black after 1905 miles. Had it tested by Blackstone and it has a lot of life left and a very clean bill of health.
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On the 6.0 (deleted) after 7000 miles the oil still looked great. On the wife's Cummins 5.9 and 6.7 (both deleted) the oil turns black right away, especially the 5.9. Now on my 6.7 (stock), the oil turns black right away just like the Cummins.

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Here's another recent thread that may help: https://www.powerstroke.org/forum/gen...black-oil.html

I will agree that the oil in the 6.7s turns black almost instantly upon changing the oil. I change my own oil....and I let it drain out for hours (good thing I don't do oil changes for a living eh?). And within minutes of starting and running the truck on golden honey colored T6, it turns black. Bam! Just that fast. But need not fret as my Blackstone oil reports coming back glowing...so me happy.
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welcome to the world of DEF/DPF.....

Get rid of it and enjoy the golden oil color again.
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On my 2012 6.7, I had oil analysis done on every oil change over the course of 100,000 miles. 36,000 miles stock...rest deleted. Oil ALWAYS looked black at oil change. Oil always checked great on analysis. So, color means nothing in this case.

As far as honey colored oil....I've never seen it except coming out of the bottle....

Not in diesel boats, tractors, lawn mowers, trucks, cars, etc. Maybe someone has a special motor or something...I've just never seen it. Heck, never saw it in my Toyota's either.
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On my 2012 6.7, I had oil analysis done on every oil change over the course of 100,000 miles. 36,000 miles stock...rest deleted. Oil ALWAYS looked black at oil change. Oil always checked great on analysis. So, color means nothing in this case.

As far as honey colored oil....I've never seen it except coming out of the bottle....

Not in diesel boats, tractors, lawn mowers, trucks, cars, etc. Maybe someone has a special motor or something...I've just never seen it. Heck, never saw it in my Toyota's either.
I have never seen honey colored oil in a diesel either even if it was changed 500 miles ago.

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