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post #11 of 21 (permalink) Old 10-23-2019, 11:43 AM Thread Starter
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Anyone ever had an issues with truck blowing white or blue smoke. Was running the truck on the highway for 10 minutes stopped at store and when I started it back up it was blowing white/blue smoke from exhaust. Only happen once, no change in power. It is a '15 Silverado LML, bone stock, just did the fuel filter 3 weeks ago
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Anyone ever had an issues with truck blowing white or blue smoke. Was running the truck on the highway for 10 minutes stopped at store and when I started it back up it was blowing white/blue smoke from exhaust. Only happen once, no change in power. It is a '15 Silverado LML, bone stock, just did the fuel filter 3 weeks ago
what fuel filter did you use?

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Anyone ever had an issues with truck blowing white or blue smoke. Was running the truck on the highway for 10 minutes stopped at store and when I started it back up it was blowing white/blue smoke from exhaust. Only happen once, no change in power. It is a '15 Silverado LML, bone stock, just did the fuel filter 3 weeks ago
what fuel filter did you use?
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. just did the fuel filter 3 weeks ago
Changing the filter.....
How are you accessing the filter. From top or thru fender well? I can not figure the best /easier way. This is a stock 2016 LML. Thanks for the advise.

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I got to mine through the fender. I have a 6" lift though and 35's so I didn't even need to pull the tire, just remove the fender well.

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. just did the fuel filter 3 weeks ago
Changing the filter.....
How are you accessing the filter. From top or thru fender well? I can not figure the best /easier way. This is a stock 2016 LML. Thanks for the advise.
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Blackjack fuel filter panel.



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Changing the filter.....
How are you accessing the filter. From top or thru fender well? I can not figure the best /easier way. This is a stock 2016 LML. Thanks for the advise.
On LML it is necessary to go in thru the wheelwell.

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Anyone ever had an issues with truck blowing white or blue smoke. Was running the truck on the highway for 10 minutes stopped at store and when I started it back up it was blowing white/blue smoke from exhaust. Only happen once, no change in power. It is a '15 Silverado LML, bone stock, just did the fuel filter 3 weeks ago
Pre delete i would get a lot of white smoke, more in the winter, though i think it was mostly water vapor. Ive heard that leaking ERG coolers can cause white smoking though as coolant is introduced into the cylinder by the leaking cooler. Blue smoke would be burning oil, that should be unlikely on a truck this new, sure it wasn't just light black smoke?.




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How are you accessing the filter. From top or thru fender well? I can not figure the best /easier way. This is a stock 2016 LML. Thanks for the advise.


This is by FAR the easiest way. 30 minute install of the kit, 2 minute filter changes there after. No wheel well liner, no reaching around tires. Done. *Does not work with dual alternators, ask me about my new 140 amp paperweight*


https://www.amazon.com/Duramax-Fuel-...4277391&sr=8-1


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heres a question,,will the original dmax filter(2001-2010) fit the 2016 filter head?

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new style gm exhaust manifold, banks big head wastegate, PPE boost valve, banks air intake,high idle switch in cruise control, stock but not for long
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Same filter. The filter head difference is it has no fuel heater.

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