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Blows smoke a little blue but mostly black

When idle and gunning the engine and when i take off and shift through the gears....stops when i'm running in 4th or 5th gear....it's a 6.9 diesel manual.... asb723@cableone.net .....

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  • bktc Oct 05, 2008

    thats what i hoped....a friend of mine said their was a pump that controls the mixture...any ideas?...thanks

  • bktc Oct 05, 2008

    thanks..

  • bktc Oct 05, 2008

    will check it out monday......thanks

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BLACK SMOKE INDICATES RUNNING RICH.

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  • mike fowler Oct 05, 2008

    BEING FUEL INJECTION, INJECTORS OR JUST THE SEALS, PUMP IS PRESET FOR PRESSURE.WHICH MEANS IT IS CONSTANT AS DEMAND IS NEEDED.

  • mike fowler Oct 05, 2008

    THNKU YOU VERY MUCH. SURE DO HOPE THIS WILL WORK, FROM PAST EXPERIENCE THIS IS COMMON WEAR ITEM.

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