I'll go fill'er upfill your tank up past half tank.Unless you did the prepump mods you might be sucking air.
I also agree with the cold temps also.
I dont think that is my issue because it still runs and drives fine and I've been keeping an eye on the oil and it still has'nt changed anythe only time i had that happen with the truck warmed up and 80 outside, it was bad. I had a high pressure oil line loose a oring. so the dealer told me. I lost oil pressure and the motor shut off. Oil didnt touch the dipstick. the smoke was coming from the oil running across the exauhst and burning Im assuming. took about 20 miles of 75 mph on the highway I think.
They are stock, Are there any other signs to look for if it was a cracked nozzle. at this point I don't really care what it is I just want to fix it.Well, if you've got a cracked injector nozzle that'll white smoke out the exhaust, and then go gray at times...
What nozzles are you running? Not EDM I hope.
How can I check that (sorry I'm kinda new to this Diesel stuff)White smoke can also mean low injection pressure.
Man thats really cool of you, but I have a friend who is a bus mechanic and most of the Gwinnett county buses are powered by the T444e so he has some experience replacing O-rings. If I can find the O-rings we are gonna start on it tom. night after work. I think I have the transportation figured out for work.If you don't get this figured out by next weekend I'll trailer your truck up to Swamps.
We'll figure it out one way or another.
And swapping injectors around is only a couple hours or so.
I'm always down for a trip to Swamps anyway,