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So iv recently have had the injectors out of my truck and put them back in, i installed all new orings on the injectors and have the truck put back together, when i went to crank the motor over my starter burnt up on me, now that iv replaced the starter and got the truck started if got oil coming out of my exhaust pipe, but i know its not from my turbo it has to be from the motor, any suggestions?
 

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Valve seals?
 

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I bet its the turbo if it was enough to get past the valves it would burn in the cylenders and run bad. check the up and down pipes I bet just the down pipe is wetinside.
 

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Did it hydro-lock?
 

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When you pulled the injectors, you filled the cylinders with oil-how did you drain it? I pull the glow plugs (all of them) and turn the motor over with the new injectors in (leave the UVC harnesses disconnected) until no more oil comes out. It still smokes when it starts, but nothing like it would if you don't drain the cylinders. I'm assuming you had oil left over and pumped it into the exhaust.
 

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^^^^^ Like Dillerger says, if you didnt do that then you had oil in each cylinder, if it hydro-locked the engine you may have done mechanical damage.
 

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thanks guys, i ended up pulling the injectors out and one injector bore just wasnt clean enough, it wasnt oil, it was overloading on fuel and going straight throught the turbo into the tailpipe, luckly i didnt hydrolock it and now its back together and tail pipe is dry.
 
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