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Smoking after cam being installed

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I had just finished installing my cam and put everything back together but as soon as I go to turn on the truck it won’t turn on it just cranks and a lot of smoke starts coming out of the engine. At first i thought it was some oil that had spilled on the headers or on the block. But i don’t know what to do please help

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  • NbsJose changed the title to Smoking after cam being installed

Probably not much we can do to help because we didn't take it apart or know everything you touched.


Engines need fuel air and spark, if it doesn't run you are missing one of the 3 things. So double check all your work to see what you did wrong.

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