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Cylinder 5 contribution balance code and running rough blowing white smoke

Its a 6.4 turbo diesel with 0275 code only

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SOURCE: 2000 F-250 7.3 diesel, cuts out runs rough no power

Well, you have to let diesels warm up before you drive them so the engine gets warm and it may not sound right at first because if its not warm the compression gets off and doesnt fire right. If you try to give it too much gas before its warm, extra diesel will get in the cylinders and misfire. Then when it does fire, there is a lot of extra fuel in it so that causes the smoke and smell. You should always let it warm up for a bit before driving when you havent driven it for a while.

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SOURCE: 2004 ford diesel blows white smoke. and drops of

look for block return lines- air leak in suction lines -block fuel line or filter - defective injection pump -inoperative glow plugs.

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SOURCE: 2004 Excursion 6.0 diesel blows intermitent white smoke

I don't drive a Ford but I drive an International and white smoke on start up means the engine is too cold to properly burn the fuel. Your black oil or soot is unburnt fuel. You should look at your engine's preheat system for a malfunction.

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SOURCE: 2005 F250 6.0 hard/no start.

Check the connections under the FICM. (fuel injection control module) It is on top of the left valve cover. It is the big silver flat box. There is 3 connectors underneath that should be "clicked" onto the module. Do this with the key off as there is a very high voltage there.

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SOURCE: 2001 Ford f250 supper duty diesel Problems

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Hi my 2006 3.2 blows puffs of un-burnt diesel smoke intermittently after it has been driven in traffic


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electrical sensor controlled and the vanes may be sticking at slow engine operations as on traffic
the smoke color indicates incorrect air/fuel ratio and the turbo is a point to investigate

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My 94 k2500 6.5 turbo diesel is idling high but when I tap the accelerator it goes back down and idle rough, when I try to drive it will jerk or surge, and it will also blows smoke what is wrong?pmd.


check that the turbo is fully operational ( variable vanes are free to move , actuator and vacuum hose are in good condition
the smoke is an indication that it is on on the job
the high idle may be from excess fuel and not enough air
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I have a 99 Saab 9-5 2.3L turbo. When I shifted it would blow white smoke for a second. Yesterday it started billowing smoke then died. Now it won't start and it turns over very rough. Please help.


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Why would oil be in my coolant?


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White smoke is water vapor from coolant. Only at startup indicates a small (extremely small) leak -- it will get bigger. Only at startup is because as engine cools it sucks water into cylinder. A compression check will tell you which cylinder is the problem (could be multiple)

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I am guess you mean P error codes.. There is no C error codes

P0237: Turbo/Super Boost Sensor A Circuit Low Input
P0268: Cylinder 3 Injector Control Circuit High
P0269: Cylinder 3 Contribution Balance Fault
P0287: Cylinder 9 Contribution Balance Fault
P0711: Trans Fluid Temp Sensor A CKT Range/Perf

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Powerstroke 7.3 2000 two fault codes p0603 and p1211 my reader tells me but i have no manual


p1111 System Pass (No DTCs Available)
P0107 BARO Circuit Low Input
P0l08 BARO Circuit High Input
P0112 IAT Sensor Circuit Low Input
P0113 IAT Sensor Circuit High Input
P0122 Accelerator Pedal Sensor Circuit Low Input
P0123 Accelerator Pedal Sensor Circuit High Input
P0197 EOT Sensor Circuit Low Input
P0198 EOT Sensor Circuit High Input
P0220 Throttle Switch B Circuit Malfunction
P0221 Throttle Switch B Circuit Performance
P0230 Fuel Pump Relay Driver Fail
P0231 Fuel Pump Relay Driver Circuit Failure
P0232 Fuel Pump Relay Driver Failed Off
P0236 Turbo Boost Sensor A Circuit Performance
P0237 Turbo Boost Sensor A Circuit Low Input
P0238 Turbo Boost Sensor A Circuit High Input
P0261 Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 1
P0262 Injector Circuit High - Cylinder 1
P0263 Cylinder 1 Contribution/Balance Fault
P0264 Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 2
P0265 Injector Circuit High - Cylinder 2
P0266 Cylinder 2 Contribution/Balance Fault
P0267 Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 3
P0268 Injector Circuit High - Cylinder 3
P0269 Cylinder 3 Contribution/Balance Fault
P0270 Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 4
P0271 Injector Circuit High - Cylinder 4
P0272 Cylinder 4 Contribution/Balance Fault
P0273 Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 5
P0274 Injector Circuit High - Cylinder 5
P0275 Cylinder 5 Contribution/Balance Fault
P0276 Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 6
P0277 Injector Circuit High - Cylinder 6
P0278 Cylinder 6 Contribution/Balance Fault
PO279 Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 7
P0280 Injector Circuit High - Cylinder 7
P0281 Cylinder 7 Contribution/Balance Fault
P0282 Injector Circuit Low - Cylinder 8
P0283 Injector Circuit High - Cylinder 8
P0284 Cylinder 8 Contribution/Balance Fault
P0301 Fault Cylinder A-Misfire Detected (CYL 1)
P0302 Fault Cylinder B-Misfire Detected (CYL2)
P0303 Fault Cylinder D-Nlisfire Detected (CYL 3)
P0304 Fault Cylinder E-Misfire Detected (CYL 4)
P0305 Fault Cylinder F-Misfire Detected (CYL5)
P0306 Fault Cylinder G-Nlisfire Detected (CYL 6)
P0307 Fault Cylinder C-Misfire Detected (CYL 7)
P0308 Fault Cylinder H-Misfire Detected (CYL 8)
P0340 CMP Sensor Circuit Malfunction
P0341 CMP Sensor Circuit Performance
P0344 CMP Sensor Circuit Intermittent
P0360 Glow Plug Circuit Malfunction
P0381 Glow Plug Indicator Circuit Malfunction
P0460 Fuel Tank Level Indicator Circuit Malfunction
P0470 Exhaust Back Pressure Sensor Circuit Malfunction
P0471 Exhaust Back Pressure Sensor Circuit Performance
P0472 Exhaust Back Pressure Sensor Circuit Low Input
P0473 Exhaust Back Pressure Sensor Circuit High Input
P0476 Exhaust Pressure Control Valve Maffunction
P0476 Exhaust Pressure Control Valve Performance
P0478 Exhaust Pressure Control Valve High Input
P0500 Vehicle Speed Sensor (VSS) Malfunction
P0503 Vehicle Speed Sensor Noisy
PO541 Manifold Intake Air Heater
P0542 Manifold Intake Air Heater
P0560 System Voltage Malfunction
P0662 System Voltage Low
P0563 System Voltage High
P0666 Cruise 'On" Signal Malfunction
P0566 Cruise "Off' Signal Malfunction
P0667 Cruise 'Resume' Signal Malfunction
P0668 Cruise "Set' Signal Malfunction
P0669 Cruise "Coast' Signal Malfunction
P0571 Brake Svdtch A Circuit Malfunction
P0603 Internal Control Module KAM Error
P0605 Internal Control Module ROM Error
PO606 PCM Processor Fault
P0640 Manifold Intake Air Heater
P0670 Glow plug control circuit malfunction
P0671 Glow plug #1 circuit failure
P0672 Glow plug #2 circuit failure
P0673 Glow plug #3 circuit failure
P0674 Glow plug #4 circuit failure
P0675 Glow plug #5 circuit failure
P0676 Glow plug #6 circuit failure
P0677 Glow plug #7 circuit failure
P0678 Glow plug #8 circuit failure
P0683 Glow plug diagnostic signal communication fault
P0703 Brake Switch B Circuit Malfunction
P0704 Clutch Pedal Position Switch Input Circuit Malfunction
P0705 TR Sensor Circuit Malfunction
P0707 TR Sensor Circuit Low Input
P0708 TR Sensor Circuit High Input
P0712 Transmission Fluid Temp. Sensor CKT Low Input
P0713 Transmission Fluid Temp. Sensor CKT High Input
P0715 TSS Sensor Circuit Malfunction Fault
P0717 TSS Intermittent Failure
P0718 Noisy TSS
P0720 OSS Sensor Circuit Malfunction
P0721 Noisy OSS
P0722 OSS Intermittent Failure
P0732 Gear Two Ratio Error
P0733 Gear Three Ratio Error
P0741 TCC Circuit Performance
P0743 Torque Converter Clutch System Electrical Failure
P0750 Shift Solenoid 1 Malfunction
P0755 Shift Solenoid B Malfunction
P0781 1-2 Shift Malfunction
P0782 2-3 Shift Malfunction
P0783 3-4 Shift Malfunction
P0800 Logon to http://web.archive.org/web/200701120...utoadvice.com/ A.S.A.P
P1000 OBD 11 Monitor Checks Not Complete. More Driving Required
P1105 Dual Alternator Upper Fault (Monitor)
P1106 Dual Afternator Lower Fault (Control)
P1107 Dual Alternator Lower Circuit Malfunction (Control)
P1108 Dual Alternator BATT Lamp Circuit Malfunction
P1118 Manifold Air Temperature Sensor Low Input
P1119 Manifold Air Temperature Sensor High Input
P1139 Water in Fuel Indicator Circuit Malfunction
P1140 Water in Fuel Condition
P1184 Engine Oil Tamp Sensor Circuit Performance
P1209 Injection Control System Pressure Peak Fault
P1210 Injection Control Pressure Above Expected Level
P1211 ICP Not Controllable - Pressure Abow/Below Desired
P1212 ICP Voltage Not at Expected Level
P1218 CID Stuck High
P1219 CID Stuck Low
P1247 Turbo Boost Pressure Low
P1248 Turbo Boost Pressure Not Detected
P1249 Wastagate Fail Steady State Test
P1250 Electronic Passive Anti-Theft System
P1261 High to Low Side Short - Cylinder 1
P1262 High to Low Side Short - Cylinder 2
P1263 High to Low Side Short - Cylinder 3
P1264 High to Low Side Short - Cylinder 4
P1265 High to Low Side Short - Cylinder 5
P1266 High to Low Side Short - Cylinder 6
P1267 High to Low Side Short - Cylinder 7
P1268 High to Low Side Short - Cylinder 8
P1271 High to Low Side Open - Cylinder 1
P1272 High to Low Side Open - Cylinder 2
P1273 High to Low Side Open - Cylinder 3
P1274 High to Low Side Open - Cylinder 4
P1275 High to Low Side Open - Cylinder 5
P1276 High to Low Side Open - Cylinder 6
P1277 High to Low Side Open - Cylinder 7
P1278 High to Low Side Open - Cylinder 8
P1280 ICP Circuit Out of Range Low
P1281 ICP Circuit Out of Range High
P1282 Excessive ICP
P1263 IPR Circuit Failure
P1284 ICP Failure - Aborts KOER or CCT Test
P1291 High Side No. 1 (Right) Short to GND or B
P1292 High Side No. 2 (Left) Short to GND or B
P1293 High Side Open Bank No. 1 (Right)
P1294 High Side Open Bank No. 2 (Left)
P1295 Multiple Faults on Bank No. 1 (Right)
P1296 Multiple Faults on Bank No. 2 (Left)
P1297 High Sides Shorted Together
P1298 IDM Failure
P1316 Injector Circuit/IDM Codes Detected
P1391 Glow Plug Circuit Low Input Bank No. 1(Right)
P1393 Glow Plug Circuit Low Input Bank No. 2 (Left)
P1395 Glow Plug Monitor Fault Bank No. 1
P1396 Glow Plug Monitor Fault Bank No. 2
P1397 SYstem Voltage Out of Self Test Range
P1464 A/C On During KOER or CCT Test
P1501 VSS Out Of Self Test Range
P1502 Invalid Self Test - APCM Functioning
P1531 Invalid Test -Accelerator Pedal Movement
P1536 Parking Brake Applied Failure
P1662 IDM EN Circuit Failure
P1663 FDCS Circuit Failure
P1667 CID Circuit Failure
P1668 PCM -IDM Diagnostic Communication Error
P1670 EF Feedback Signal Not Detected
P1690 Wastegate Control Valve Malfunction
P1702 TRS Sensor Intermittent Circuit Malfunction
P1704 Digital TRS Failed to Transition State
P1705 TR Sensor out of Self Test Range
P1711 TFT Sensor Out of Self Test Range
P1713 TFT Stuck in Range Low-Below 50'F
P1714 Shilt Solenoid A Inductive Signature Malfunction
P1715 Shift Solenoid B Inductive Signature Malfunction
P1718 TFT Stuck in Range High-Above 25OF
P1728 Transmission Slip Error
P1729 4x4L Switch Error
P1744 Torque Converter Clutch System Performance
P1746 EPC Solenoid Open Circuit
P1747 EPC Solenoid Short Circuit
P1754 CCS (Solenoid) Circuit Malfunction
P1760 EPC Solenoid Short Intermittent
P1780 TCS Circuit Out of self Test Range
P1781 4x4L Circuit Out of Self Test Range
P1783 Transmission Overtemperature Condition
No Code No Communication
No Code Auxiliary Powertrain Control System
No Code Tachometer

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Blows black smoke when running 2600 rpm and boost goes down


I assume its the 6.0L diesel...If so sigh......double sigh.. I had one of these...triple sigh. I need a bit more clarification. How many km on the engine/vehicle. Also, you say that it blows black smoke while running at a constant speed at 2600 rpm, or while you are accelerating to 2600 rpm. Also, when you say the boost goes down, does it decrease by itself, or when the throttle is let off. The boost naturally goes down when the throttle is released (not trying to be a ****, i dont know how much you know). However, if the boost is going down by itself, while the engine is under load (its not supposed to, it should stay constant) it could be a couple of things, which "can" contribute to black smoke. If there is a leak anywhere from the turbo to the intake of the engine, it will cause the engine to get less boost, which means less air into the cylinders, which means black smoke. Check all of the connectors/tubing coming from the turbo to the intercooler, and from the intercooler to the intake manifold and see if there are any problems. The more costly problems which results in boost going down, and black smoke, deals with a problem with the wastegate on the turbo (controls how much boost is produced, and when too much is being made, it will bleed off excess pressure). So if your wastegate is malfunctioning, your boost will go down and you will get black smoke cause the engine is not getting enough air. also, around 160km...80mi, the injectors "can" start to go on the 6.0L diesels....I would check the turbo for leaks, the tubing for leaks, and the intercooler for leaks (a big rock can punch a hole in radiators and intercoolers...intercooler will be in front of the radiator). I hope this helps

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Have Mazda bravo B2600 4WD ,has white smoke & oil from exhaust. Running rough as if on 3 cylinder


You dont say weather its a petrol or diesel engine as there a slight differance in the answer and if a turbo on a diesel thats even more of a differance, but taking it a petrol .
Well to start with the white smoke Isent smoke its water and after going through the engine it turns into Steam and thats what you see..
Running on 3 clyinders is caused through 1 cylinder isent working as a engine should and has a bad valve or a broken piston ring or more and even a cracked head and gasket letting the water through,,,also the broken ring works like a oil pump as if not firing given you power then it works like a oil pump and pumps it into the cylinder that dosent work only pumping oil into the hot exhaust system while running.CAUSING SMOKE
And if a turbo then could be the turbo bearings worn and pushing oil into the engine and still doing the same as before.
Let me know how you get on. RON

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