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08 ford 6.4 powerstroke blue smoke from exhaust

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SOURCE: ticking noise in engine and blue smoke in exhaust

the tapping are the lifts tapping because there is no oil getting to the top of the motor. the blue smoke is the oil burning.could be the head gasket is going bad or the piston rings are done in.

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SOURCE: Smoke from exhaust when decelerating on Ford F-350 Powerstroke

Either valve stem seals are leaking or the turbo oil seal is leaking.

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SOURCE: i got a code 2463 on my 08 ford f350 that has a

You may want to recheck that code....according to my information there isnt a OBD-II Code 2463.

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SOURCE: 89 ford v-8 e-350 fleetwood blue smoke coming out

blue smoke is usually caused by oil getting into the cylinder combustion area, either past rings, valve seals, or valve guides, all being expensive to fix-first though, check the PCV system for leaks or a plugged PCV.

Posted on Jun 16, 2011

SOURCE: My Ford Focus 2l tdci is smoking heavily by times. The car is for the past week in the workshop and no smoking occurred.How come blue smoke is pouring out of the exhaust only sometimes - then it is g

Hi Gert, If the smoke is more visible during the period after start up in the mornings, I would suspect the valve stem oil seals have become hardened and defective. The oil seeps in slowly passing the seals from the cylinder head. Sounds as though you need a head job. Regards John

Posted on Apr 29, 2012

Testimonial: "Thanks John- I am of the same opinion, but according to my Ford mechanic he can find no problem. As the smoke is blue it can only be an oil problem.The Focus has 51000 kms on the clock. "

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