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Hello Guys: I have dodge ram 3500 CUMMINS motor 5.9 of year 2006. I disturb diesel engine with 165,000 miles I have a problem with and I would want to know if they could help me. The problem me is the following one direct one ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 05-01-2011, 06:16 PM
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Hello Guys:
I have dodge ram 3500 CUMMINS motor 5.9 of year 2006.
I disturb diesel engine with 165,000 miles I have a problem with and I would want to know if they could help me.
The problem me is the following one direct one thus does not have the catalytic of exhaust pipe this.
This is not the greater problem the greater problem is ,than it dismisses a little white smoke by the escape, I suppose that it must of being who does not have catalytic the great problem is that; I have found that has a lost one of oil of considerably great motor since when this in running loses oil by a tube that leaves the valve cover, with the motor walking, liberalization the cover by where oil lies down to him and it has a very great pressure it clears the rod to measure the motor oil and passes the same. it would want to know if this is due to the PCV valve that this bad one, or is that I have the seal of turbo bad, or that my ring spent or worse the serious thing if I have a piston with a hole. the truck was bought in the auction and it was used to throw a trailer of horses or cattle because it has a fifth wheel in the bed.

Thank you very much to that they could help me
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Old 05-01-2011, 07:44 PM
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Wow where are you from? Did you use a translater? Sounds like blow by probably bad rings or worse!

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Old 05-01-2011, 09:27 PM
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i agree with above but woah use a diff translator.

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yes guys english is my second language im sorry for that .

but somebody can help me?
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