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I have a 2006 f250 diesel, and I have alot of white smoke pouring out the tailpipe...

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Bad EGR Cooler, Valve or blown head gaskets. Not a job u can do your self, Take in to a qualified DIESEL mechanic that is familiar with 6.0's not all Ford Dealers have a Diesel Tech.

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