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Have a 1995 6.5 turbo diesel runs fine until it gets to 180 degrees then it loads up like it is flooding itself out wont run right .already changed pmd that not it

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Over heating is common for that model. Leads to cracked heads and other issues. Make sure pump is good, radiator is clean inside and out, check coolant for proper dilution.

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Apply a coat of oil to washer and bolt threads.
First tighten all bolts to 29nm (22ft lbs) in this order.
Looking at head with front of engine on your left hand side
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The blue smoke can be one of two thing.

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or
diesel soot collect inside the exhaust system.

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I will take a 5-10 minutes high rpm (not redline) ran on the highway.
Pay close attention to the rear view mirror and look for black diesel soot.
=== I will use Diesel Cleen or similar product to condition the fuel. (keep moisture down)
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Please post the actual odometer on the engine and I will follow up on it.

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