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Sure you have the right injectors or just started doing it months later? That would be a symptom.

 

Watch pyro. Check boost under load. PSI check charge air system. Check soot % on oil change and stay below 3.

 

 

Gotta love a truck that isn't embarrassed to smoke in public.

:SMOKIE-RT::SMOKIE-LFT:

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check the charge air system if there is nothing odious ,  check the compressor hose inlet    it is likely plumbed into the manifold! common failure!

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On 11/7/2019 at 3:48 PM, fjh said:

check the charge air system if there is nothing odious ,  check the compressor hose inlet    it is likely plumbed into the manifold! common failure!

what do you mean by common failure? compressor hose plumbed into exhaust manifold?

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On 11/25/2019 at 6:43 PM, Rockwell said:

No, keep the EPA dirt bags here and send ME back!

Trucking was FUN! Made better money and the trucks literally had a soul. My Granddaddy and Daddy wouldn't even recognize what they call truckin today.

Right on!

Remember the smell of truck stops? Diesel fumes and hot tube type tires on a summer night. Ahh, the good oll days.  

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