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I got a 1997 dodge ram 1500 with a 5.9 its got 132,000 miles on it. Recently had to put two brand new heads on due to both of the old ones being cracked. I also put a high volume oil pump on and thoroughly cleaned the engine. Ever since I had that done it now smokes a little smoke when it starts up after sitting for a period of time longer than about an hour or so. The smoke looks white but smells like oil. What could be the problem?
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How are your driving habits? (ie short or long trips) If you short-trip the truck, I'd take it on a long highway trip (to eliminate excess moisture out of the exhaust system), waiting for a bit afterwards until it's completely cold again, and then crank her back up and see if you get the same results.