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Old 02-22-2011, 06:49 PM
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How to Replace Turbo Seal??

Does anyone have a link or directions to replace my 05 6.0 turbo seal? My truck is blowing blue'ish white smoke when turbo spools up at low speeds.. Been told its could be the turbo seal leaking.
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http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/10...ml#post9449262

It's in the tech folder - awesome write-up.

Turbo seals tend to blow smoke just on take-off, esp from stoplights. Check the smell - should be burnt oil, not diesel or sweet (coolant). You can also look in the exhaust side outlet and look for oil residue (disconnect the downpipe from the turbo and look in with a flashlight and mirror). Check the pics in my album.

It could be something else...
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http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/10...ml#post9449262

It's in the tech folder - awesome write-up.

Turbo seals tend to blow smoke just on take-off, esp from stoplights. Check the smell - should be burnt oil, not diesel or sweet (coolant). You can also look in the exhaust side outlet and look for oil residue (disconnect the downpipe from the turbo and look in with a flashlight and mirror). Check the pics in my album.

It could be something else...
Great.. Thanks.. yes it def. smells like oil..
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