Help, my 7.3 blowing a lot of white smoke

 · Lundo. White smoke can be getting too much fuel because you have a injector stuck open. However in my case white smoke for me is a couple of cracked injector cups and my coolant is puking out of my degas bottle. My exhaust is getting coolant in it because I lost a copper gasket one of my injectors that I did not catch.

White smoke engine and exhaust...

 · Joined Nov 11, . ·. 3,049 Posts. #4 · May 21, . I bet its either VSS or you have bad rings. Bad rings = constant smoking at idle and under load. Bad VSS = collection of smoke at idle/stop and then goes away under load. Could be either of the two or it could be a head gasket if it does smell sweet. Check the oil to see if it whiteish.

and Truck Engines Problem Too Much Exhaust Smoke

 · The fuel which does not burn comes out the exhaust as white smoke. White smoke is normal in cold temperatures until the engine operates long enough to become warm. There will be less white smoke if No. 1 diesel fuel is used. The inlet air heater is used to improve the cold start capability of the engine and to reduce white smoke after startup.

Diesel Engines: Get to Know Exhaust Colors

 · "If you have an older engine with really low compression and bad timing or low injection pressure, you are more susceptible to white smoke." A low cetane rating can also cause white smoke.

Diesel Smoke Diagnosis Guide

 · 3. Continuous "light" white smoke. In order to run correctly, a diesel engine needs precise timing of the injector pump and proper pressure. Any decrease in the pressure or delay in the delivery of the fuel to the combustion chamber will cause incomplete combustion and you will have white smoke.


The Glow Plug System continues to operate for a time after a cold start to reduce white smoke and improve idle quality. Perform a glow plug system and intake air heater check even if there is no complaint of a cold start problem. OTHER ITEMS TO CHECK 1. Engine compression. 2. Dilution of the oil with fuel. 3. Engine coolant temperature sensor. 4.

Lawn Mower White Smoke Then Dies: How to Fix it? (Jan.)

It is, however, essential to note that using the wrong grade of oil can also cause white smoke or, in other cases, blue smoke. Refer to the manual to be sure of the exact lawn mower engine oil the manufacturer recommends to avoid the bluish-white fumes. If the mower is producing black smoke, then this means that there is a lot of air in the fuel.

White smoke from exhaust

 · Jan 26, . Princeton,Il. 0. Last week we got fuel from a brand new place and the next day while unloading (hopper bottom) there was a lot of white smoke coming from the exhaust. It was a cold morning so I thought it was starting to gel up. When I left it smoked real bad but ran great. When I was driving the smoke would leave, but when it was.

JD 790 w/Yanmar Diesel

 · The smell from the exhaust will choke you out and leave your clothes reeking like smoke. The white smoke goes from start-up to warm up and gets worse, as expected with an increase in throttle. The oil has no evidence of anti-freeze. The exhaust leaves my fingers with no soot, no sweet tasting moisture but definitely a smelly sulfur stench.

Excessive Exhaust Smoke

 · Overfilling the engine with oil can also cause white smoke to pour out of the tailpipe. Learn how to fill your car with the correct amount of oil to avoid this. The Causes Of Black Smoke From Exhaust. Black smoke from the exhaust could be caused by something as simple as a clogged air filter.

White Smoke out of exhaust

 · While under load the engine constantly billows white smoke out of the exhaust. I know that white smoke is indicative of a blown head gasket/ cracked head but is there anything I can do to verify this before I pull the head . I forgot to mention that the exhaust does not smell sweet like it had coolant in it. It has a really potent fuel smell.

Surging and White smoke under heavy load

 · I'm getting some surging and white smoke under a heavy load or at WOT. Thought it might have been a low fuel issue - filled it up and also replaced the lift pump but its still surging and throwing out white smoke under heavy load. The smoke might have a slight tint of blue to it, I couldn't really tell this afternoon.

White smoke OK to run?

 · Jun 30, . #5. White smoke in a diesel can indicate ineffective fuel burn in the combustion chamber dumping raw fuel into the exhaust. Possible causes range from clogged filter, bad head, faulty injector, intake gasket. If it was me, and it was an occasional puff that didn't sting my eyes (Raw fuel), I'd run it like it is.

Series 60 DDEC V Troubleshooting

 · Run the engine at idle with a no-load for approximately 5 minutes, allowing the engine coolant to reach normal operating range. Visually inspect exhaust for excessive white smoke. If the engine exhaust emission appears normal, no further troubleshooting is required. Shut down the engine. If the engine exhaust emission is excessively white, shut.

White Smoke From Exhaust: Main Causes and How to Fix

 · The answer is either transmission fluid or burning coolant. In transmission fluid case, the engine is sucking the fluid through a vacuum hose, which leads to the color white from smoke. The exhaust will also have a burned oil smell. If the white smoke ….

Does White Smoke Mean Injector Problems?

 · Blowing white smoke is a red flag for your diesel engine, yet we see this happen all the time to our customers. In many cases, white smoke emanating from the tailpipe (often at idle once the engine reached operating temperature) typically means a worn out injector. Now this isn't always the case, but after some trouble shooting we're.

IS220D White Smoke Worries

 · This morning on the way to work after about 5-10 mins I noticed a LOT of white smoke coming from the exhaust. I ended up turning round and going home to get my wifes car. But on the way home it stopped. I thought I heard a noise from the engine under load but not sure.

How to reduce diesel smoke

A diesel engine in good condition should produce no visible smoke from the exhaust, under most operating conditions. A short puff of smoke when an engine is accelerated under load may be acceptable, due to the lag before the turbocharger speed and air flow is able to match the volume of diesel injected into the cylinders.

Cloud of white exhaust smoke under heavy acceleration

 · If it's excessive white smoke, then yes you're prob right. Would say coolant is leaking into the engine combustion chambers. To be sure, some wee things other than white thick smoke on acceleration you can check for are; fouling on spark plugs, white milky oil, further low coolant after dealer fix, bubbles in your expansion tank.. APR Stage 2+.

F350: 6.0L that is blowing white smoke..exhaust

I have a F350 with 6.0L that is blowing white smoke. It doesnt blow white smoke out exhaust though when engine is under load. I just pulled a trailer from MI to MT and when going up hill or going against wind no blowing smoke, when I would crest a hill and start down the other side or if I where driving through town it would blow white smoke to the point you are embaresed.

White smoke engine and exhaust...

 · Joined Nov 11, . ·. 3,049 Posts. #4 · May 21, . I bet its either VSS or you have bad rings. Bad rings = constant smoking at idle and under load. Bad VSS = collection of smoke at idle/stop and then goes away under load. Could be either of the two or it could be a head gasket if it does smell sweet. Check the oil to see if it whiteish.

6 Reasons Why White Smoke is Coming From Your Engine

 · A bad leak may drip right out below the engine manifold and be visible to you but if it happens, you'll get the white smoke in your exhaust as the fuel mixes with the coolant. This is also going to lead to an overheating engine fairly quickly and can escalate from white smoke in your exhaust to white smoke under your hood.

Car Burning Oil, White Smoking Coming From The Tailpipe? ️

 · A steady stream of milky white smoke isn't normal. When you see blue, black or, white smoke emitting from your car's tailpipe this is a distress signal. This thick cloud of white smoke is a sign that the coolant is being burned in the engine block. Typically, when your car is burning oil, blue-tinted smoke will be emitting from the tailpipe.

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